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Historic Furnishings Report 
Volume 1: Historical Data 

SAGAMORE HILL 

National Historic Site • New York 




Approved: 

Steven H. Lewis 

Acting Regional Director, North Atlantic Region 

October 3, 1989 



HISTORIC FURNISHINGS REPORT 



SAGAMORE HILL 

SAGAMORE HILL NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE 
Oyster Bay, New York 



Volume 1 
Historical Data 



by 

David H. Wallace 

Staff Curator 



Harpers Ferry Center 

National Park Service 

U.S. Department of the Interior 



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in 2012 with funding from 

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Contents 



Volume 1 

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ix 

ADMINISTRATIVE DATA 1 

PRIOR PLANNING DOCUMENTS 1 

HISTORICAL DATA 3 

A NOTE ON SOURCES 3 

ANALYSIS OF HISTORIC OCCUPANCY 5 

The Building of Sagamore Hill (1884-1886) 5 

The Roosevelts of Sagamore Hill (1887-1901) 7 

The Summer White House (1902-1909) 18 

Colonel and Mrs. Roosevelt at Home (1909-1919) 25 

Edith Roosevelt's Widowhood (1919-1948) 31 

The Roosevelt Memorial Association Years (1949- 

1963) 34 

Sagamore Hill National Historic Site (1963-present) 36 

EVIDENCE OF ROOM USE AND FURNISHINGS 39 

General Comments on Sagamore Hill 39 

Piazza 44 

Hall (Rooms 101 and 109) 45 

Library (Room 110) 46 



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Drawing Room (Room 102) 49 

North Room (Room 103) 51 

Dining Room (Room 104) 53 

Pantry (Room 105) 56 

Kitchen (Room 106) 57 

Laundry (Room 108) 59 

Porches 60 

Second Floor Hall And Stairs (Room 201) 60 

Children's Rooms: an Overview (Rooms 203, 211-214, 

216) 62 

South Bedroom (Room 214) 64 

Nursery (Room 216) 66 

Gate Room (Room 203) 69 

Mother's Room (Room 204) 71 

Father's Dressing Room and Bath (Rooms 205 and 

206) 73 

Little Guest Room (Room 207) 75 

Big Guest Room (Room 208) 76 

Family Bathroom (Room 209) 77 

Splash Closet (Room 210) 78 

Alice's Room (Room 213) 79 

Boy's Room (Room 211) 82 

Little Room (Room 212) 84 

Third Floor Hall (Room 301) 85 

Tank Room (Room 308) 86 

Cook's Room (Room 309) 86 

Sewing Room (Room 310) 87 

Trunk Rooms (Rooms 311 and 312) 88 

Maids' Rooms (Rooms 302 and 303) 89 



IV 



Linen Closet (Room 304) 90 

School Room (Room 307) 91 

Ted's Room (Room 306) 92 

Gun Room (Room 305) 92 

Attic 94 

Cellar 95 

Documentary and Photographic References for each 

Room 96 

Piazza References 96 

Hall References 98 

Library References 101 

Drawing Room References 109 

North Room References 113 

Dining Room References 121 

Pantry References 127 

Kitchen References 129 

Laundry References 131 

Porches: References 132 

Second Floor Hall and Stairs: References 133 

Children's Rooms: References 134 

South Bedroom References 141 

Nursery References 142 

Gate Room References 144 

Mother's Room References 148 

Father's Dressing Room and Bath References 152 

Little Guest Room References 154 

Big Guest Room References 155 

Family Bathroom References 156 

Splash Closet References 158 

Alice's Room References 158 



Boy's Room References 163 

Little Room References 166 

Third Floor Hall References 168 

Tank Room References 168 

Cook's Room References 169 

Sewing Room References 169 

Trunk Rooms: References 171 

Maids' Rooms: References 171 

Linen Closet (including all references to linen 

storage) 174 

School Room References 175 

Ted's Room References 176 

Gun Room References 178 

Attic References 185 

Cellar References 186 

ILLUSTRATIONS 187 

BIBLIOGRAPHY 323 

APPENDIXES 

APPENDIX A — 1919 inventory and appraisal of 

property belonging to Theodore Roosevelt 329 

APPENDIX B — 1945 inventory and appraisal of 

property belonging to Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt 351 

APPENDIX C— 1948 inventory and appraisal of 

property belonging to Edith Kermit Roosevelt 383 

APPENDIX D— "Hall," "Library," and "North 
Room," typed commentary on furnishings, 
aaerl922 403 

APPENDIX E — List of furnishings at Sagamore 

Hill, 1947 409 



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APPENDIX F— China, glass, and silver at 

Sagamore Hill 415 

APPENDIX G— Household linens and other fabrics 427 

APPENDIX H — Children's toys, games, sports 
equipment, hunting gear, and trophies of the 
hunt 433 

APPENDIX I — Pictures, photographs, and statuary 441 

APPENDIX J — Miscellaneous references to furnish- 
ings 447 

APPENDIX K— Wine list, 1907 451 

APPENDIX L— The Roosevelts at Sagamore Hill: 
a chronology of their comings and goings, 1887- 
1919 455 

APPENDIX M— Books 457 



Volume 2 



FURNISHING PLAN 

INTERPRETIVE OBJECTIVES 
OPERATING PLAN 
RECOMMENDED FURNISHINGS 

Piazza 

Hall (Room 101) 

Back Hall and Stairs (Room 109) 

Library (Room 110) 

Drawing Room (Room 102) 

North Room (Room 103) 

Dining Room (Room 104) 

Pantry (Room 105) 

Kitchen (Room 106) 

Second Floor Hall and Stairs 

South Bedroom (Room 214) 

Nursery (Room 216) 

Gate Room (Room 203) 

Mother's Room (Room 204) 

Father's Dressing Room and Bath (Rooms 205, 206) 



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Little Guest Room (Room 207) 
Big Guest Room (Room 208) 
Family Bathroom (Room 209) 
Splash Closet (Room 210) 
Alice's Room (Room 213) 
Boy's Room (Room 211) 
Third Floor Hall (Room 301) 
Cook's Room (Room 309) 
Sewing Room (Room 310) 
Trunk Room (Room 312) 
Mame's Room (Room 302) 
Maid's Room (Room 303) 
Linen Closet (Room 304) 
School Room (Room 307) 
Ted's Room (Room 306) 
Gun Room (Room 305) 



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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 



In the preparation of this report, I have been encouraged and assisted by many 
people. 

On my several visits to Sagamore Hill the site staff have done all in their power 
to help me get to know the house and its furnishings, both on display and in 
storage. My debt is greatest to the present curatorial staff, Curator Christopher 
Merritt and Museum Aides Jennifer Selzer and Eileen Aylward, but I want to 
acknowledge also help received from former Curators Jessica Kraft, Peter 
Steele, and Gary Roth, and former Museum Aides Mary Burhans and Isabelle 
Strubel. Their combined knowledge of the Sagamore Hill collections has been 
of immeasurable importance to this project. I also owe thanks to Superinten- 
dent Diane Dayson, former Superintendent Lorretta Schmidt, former Chief of 
Interpretation John Martini, and Park Technicians Willy Stein and Patricia 
Kennedy for information and technical support. 

Dr. John Gable, Executive Director, Theodore Roosevelt Association, has been 
most generous in his support of my research, providing access to documents I 
might otherwise have overlooked, as well as helpful insights into life at 
Sagamore Hill in the Roosevelt era. 

Mr. Wallace Finley Dailey, Curator of the Theodore Roosevelt Collection, 
Harvard College Library, was extremely helpful in opening to me the relatively 
untapped riches embodied in the papers given by Mrs. Ethel Roosevelt Derby, 
particularly her mother's letters to her sister Emily Carow and the photographs 
taken in the nursery rooms in 1917/18. Most of the new information in this 
report came from this collection. 

For help in tracking down artifacts and documents at Theodore Roosevelt 
Birthplace National Historic Site, I am grateful to Site Manager John Lancost 
and to former Curator Diane Duszak, Manhattan Sites, National Park Service. 
Richard Crisson, Historic Architect, North Atlantic Historic Preservation Cen- 
ter (NPS), Boston, provided helpful information on structural aspects of 
Sagamore Hill. 

Closer home, I want to acknowledge help from several of my colleagues in the 
Harpers Ferry Center: John Brucksch, for help in drawing up acquisition cost 
estimates; Cheryl Hill, for shepherding an unwieldy manuscript through the 
seemingly endless typing and editorial process; Norma Smallwood, for typing 
my correspondence and making travel arrangements; Ruby Burner, for typing 
the original manuscript; Walton D. Stowell, for preparing the perspective 



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drawings; and Marilyn Wandrus and Doris Barber, for research assistance and 
acquisition of photographs. Not least, I thank Sarah M. Olson, Chief, Division 
of Historic Furnishings, for finding the additional funding needed to do justice 
to Sagamore Hill's formidable resources, documentary and artifactual. 



ADMINISTRATIVE DATA 



Sagamore Hill National Historic Site was established by Public Law 87-575, an 
Act of the 87th Congress of the United States (HI 8484, 76-Stat. 217) approved 
on July 25, 1962. This law authorized the Secretary of the Interior to acquire 
the site "together with the furnishings and other contents of the structure" to 
"preserve in public ownership historically significant properties associated with 
the life of Theodore Roosevelt." On July 8, 1963, Sagamore Hill became the 
National Park Service's 17th national historic site as President John F. Kennedy 
accepted the site and contents as a gift from the Theodore Roosevelt Association. 

Sagamore Hill is on the north shore of Long Island, an area the young Theodore 
Roosevelt had known from childhood. He and his first wife, Alice Hathaway 
Lee, planned a home on his stomping grounds in Oyster Bay, but Mrs. Roosevelt 
died after their daughter Alice's birth in February 1884, before construction had 
begun. The house was completed in 1885, but it was not until May 1887 that 
Theodore Roosevelt moved into the house permanently with his second wife, 
Edith Kermit Carow. There they raised their family of six children. Roosevelt's 
interest in public service and his inherent qualities of leadership earned him a 
swift trip to the top of the political world, and led the family to Albany and 
Washington at times, but Sagamore Hill always remained their permanent 
home. As a result, the house saw great historic moments, which later earned 
it nomination as a national historic site. 



PRIOR PLANNING DOCUMENTS 



"Master Plan for Preservation and Use, Sagamore Hill National Historic Site." 
June 1963. 

"Historic Structure report — Part I, Sagamore Hill National Historic Site," by 
Helen MacLachlan. September 1964. 

"Historic Structure Report — Part I, Architectural Data Section, Sagamore Hill," 
by Norman M. Souder. July 1964. 

"Historic Structure Report, Part II (Portion), Architectural Data Section on 
Sagamore Hill, Restoration of Porch, Stabilization of Staircase, Masonry 
Pointing and Painting," by Norman M. Souder. Eastern Office, Design 
and Construction, Division of Architecture, August 1964. 



"Historic Structure Report, Part II (Portion), Architectural Data Section on 
Restoration of Third Floor Rooms, Sagamore Hill, Sagamore Hill Nation- 
al Historic Site," by Norman M. Souder. Eastern Office, Design and 
Construction, Division of Architecture, January 1966. 

"Furnishings Plan, Third Floor, Sagamore Hill, Sagamore Hill National Historic 
Site, New York," by Robert K. Rheinish. Typescript, May 1966, 

"Interpretive Prospectus, Sagamore Hill National Historic Site, New York." 
Approved August 26, 1970. 

"Historic Base Map Documentation: Historic Resource Study, Sagamore Hill 
National Historic Site, N.Y." by Francis Wilshin. Denver, Colorado: 
Denver Service Center, October 1972. 

"Sagamore Hill and the Roosevelt Family; Historic Resource Study, Sagamore 
Hill National Historic Site, N.Y." by Francis Wilshin. Denver, Colorado: 
Denver Service Center, October 1972. 

"Historic Resources Management Plan, Sagamore Hill National Historic Site." 
December 1975. 

ID LCS: 01243. Management Category A, must be preserved. Entered on the 
National Register January 31, 1980. 

"Historic Structure Report, Architectural Data Section," by Frank Matero. 
Typed draft (incomplete) and manuscript notes of architectural investiga- 
tion, c.1980. On file at the North Atlantic Historic Preservation Center, 
Boston. 

"Historic Structure Report, Architectural Data Section," in preparation (1988) 
by North Atlantic Historic Preservation Center, Boston. 



HISTORICAL DATA 



A NOTE ON SOURCES 



Sources consulted in this study of how Sagamore Hill's many rooms were used 
and furnished from 1885 to 1948 are summarized below. 

Photographs. Despite Theodore Roosevelt's prominence, photographic re- 
sources are limited. Certain first floor rooms, notably the library and north 
room, are well documented in photographs between 1898 and 1918; the drawing 
room, hall, and dining room are illustrated less thoroughly. Above the first floor, 
there is practically no pictorial evidence— two photographs of the gun room taken 
in 1898, a dozen or so snapshots of the nursery and two south bedrooms in 1918, 
and evidence on curtains supplied by exterior photographs. At the very end of 
the historic period, a few months after Mrs. Roosevelt's death in 1948, the 
Roosevelt Memorial Association had a photographer come in to take 
photographs before the furniture was distributed to family members or put in 
storage. These photographs, late though they are, provide some clues to 
arrangements in most of the second floor bedrooms as well as the main first 
floor rooms. No photographs were taken of the service rooms in the kitchen wing 
or of the third floor rooms. There are also many photographs showing how the 
house looked at various times after it was reopened as a museum in 1953. The 
known photographs of each room are listed in the "Supporting Documentation" 
section of this report (pp. 96-186). 

Perhaps the most delightful and certainly the least known photographs of 
Sagamore Hill were taken during 1917-18, when Ethel Roosevelt Derby and her 
children, Richard and baby Edith, lived at Sagamore while her husband was in 
the U.S. Army. Unlike most of Sagamore's interior photographs, these are full 
of people-children, parents, grandparents, and a nursemaid. A few of the 
photographs are reproduced in this report for the first time (figs. 65, 68-73) by 
permission of the Theodore Roosevelt Collection, Harvard University. 

Letters and Diaries. Most of the new information in this study comes from 
Edith Roosevelt's letters to her sister, Emily Carow, and her sisters-in-law, 
Anna Roosevelt Cowles and Corinne Roosevelt Robinson (all in the Theodore 
Roosevelt Collection, Harvard University), and her letters to Kermit (Kermit 
Roosevelt Family Papers, Library of Congress). Edith Roosevelt's diary (Har- 
vard University) was less helpful than Kermit's diary (Library of Congress) and 
parental letters to Ted and Eleanor A. Roosevelt (Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., 



Papers, Library of Congress). Dating Edith Roosevelt's letters presents 
problems, since she seldom dated them herself beyond a month and day, and 
she often inserted a leaf, which in many cases has become separated from the 
rest of the letter. Internal evidence makes approximate dating possible, how- 
ever, in most cases. 

Theodore Roosevelt's own letters have been tapped for this study only in their 
published form. Time constraints have made it impossible to search his 
voluminous original correspondence at the Library of Congress for passing 
references to household arrangements and objects. This is a pity, as he some- 
times commented on such things to friends like Henry Cabot Lodge and Cecil 
Spring Rice, as well as to family members. The published or unpublished 
correspondence of his political associates and friends might produce some 
nuggets, too, particularly in reference to the gifts they tended to exchange; these 
have not been used in this study. 

Business Papers. There are relatively few such documents to consult with 
reference to Sagamore Hill. There is, for instance, no accumulation of receipts, 
invoices, and the like. Mrs. Roosevelt's household account book, 1889-1917 
(Sagamore Hill Collection), provides general information on what it cost to run 
the house but few specifics. Stubs in two checkbooks from the late 1890s are 
more helpful but seem to be the only ones that have survived. 

Inventories. Two kinds of inventories provide very detailed information on 
the furnishings of Sagamore Hill. In two surviving notebooks (one at Sagamore 
Hill National Historic Site, hereafter cited as SAHI; one at Harvard), Mrs. 
Roosevelt entered at various times between the mid- 1890s and early 1920s lists 
of china, silver, reserve linens, and even the madeira in the wine cellar. Once, 
sometime before 1922, she and Ethel made a selective list of important furnish- 
ings including the source or historical association of each; this list is reproduced 
in Appendix D. A later list of furniture, dated 1947, contains some of the same 
kind of information (Appendix E). 

There are three formal inventories for Sagamore Hill: that of Theodore 
Roosevelt's estate, 1919 (updated in 1948); an insurance appraisal inventory, 
1945; and Edith Roosevelt's estate inventory, 1948. These inventories are 
reproduced in Appendixes A, B, and C of this report. 

All of the formal inventories are helpful in identifying objects in the collection 
or in pre-1950 photographs, and the 1919 inventory gives the location of objects 
at the end of Theodore Roosevelt's life. The 1919 inventory does not, however, 
list things that came from Edith Roosevelt's side of the family or were acquired 
by her after her marriage. These objects represented a sizeable portion of 
Sagamore's contents; their locations in 1919 are not recorded except in a few 
photographs of the library, hall, and north room. 



Contemporary Publications. Sagamore Hill attracted the attention of 
several periodicals between 1898 and 1919, which provided scattered glimpses 
(verbal and pictorial) of life there, particularly during Roosevelt's presidency. 
A few of his contemporaries, including Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., recorded their 
impressions in books published during Theodore Roosevelt's life or in the 
following decade. For this report only those were consulted that were readily 
available at the site and in the Harpers Ferry Center Library. 

Interviews. Of particular importance to this report are the many recorded 
interviews in the site collection as well as those collected by former curator Gary 
Roth for his master's thesis on the restoration of Sagamore Hill. Interviews 
consulted include at least three taped interviews with Mrs. Derby; interviews 
with Mrs. Alice Roosevelt Longworth, Mrs. Bertha Rose and Elisha Dyer (of the 
restoration committee), and Mrs. Jessica Kraft (former curator); and notes made 
of interviews with four former servants and the son of a farm manager. 
Regrettably, two 1964 interviews with Ethel Derby and one with Archibald 
Roosevelt, with special reference to the third floor, have not been found though 
they were cited frequently in Robert Rheinish's "Furnishings Plan, Third Floor" 
(1966). Much of the discussion in these interviews related to specific objects on 
display in the house or unlocated items; this material has generally not been 
included in the evidence section of the report since it is cited in the applicable 
furnishing plan section. 

Documentary and pictorial evidence on each room's use and furnishings is 
presented in full on pp. 96-186 of this report and in the accompanying illustra- 
tions on pp. 187-320. 



ANALYSIS OF HISTORIC OCCUPANCY 



The Building of Sagamore Hill (1884-1886) 



On March 1, 1884, Theodore Roosevelt signed the contract to build his long- 
dreamed-of house at Oyster Bay, on Long Island's north shore. Only two weeks 
earlier, the main incentive for building a home seemed to have evaporated with 



the sudden death of Alice, his young wife, two days after the birth of their first 
child and only hours after the death, in the same house, of Theodore's mother. 
Why, in his deep grief, he went ahead with the project he and Alice had planned 
together is unclear; the best guess is that he wanted it to go forward for the sake 
of their child, baby Alice. 

Working from plans drawn by the New York architectural firm of Lamb and 
Rich (figs. 6, 60, and 91), the builders John A. Wood & Son, of Lawrence, Long 
Island, constructed the house for $16,975. Work began in May 1884 and was 
completed by the following May. Meanwhile, Roosevelt was preoccupied with 
his cattle ranch in the Dakota Territory and the big-game hunting that always 
seemed to help him exorcise the blue devils of grief and nervous exhaustion. It 
was his unmarried sister Anna ("Bamie" to her friends, "Auntie Bye" to the 
younger generation of Roosevelts) who took charge of the orphaned baby and 
kept an eye on the new house rising on Cove Neck, overlooking Long Island 
Sound. Roosevelt initially called it "Leeholme," but the name was probably too 
painful a reminder of the Alice Lee he had lost, for in 1885 he began calling his 
property "Sagamore Hill" after the Sagamore Mohannes who was said to have 
held his councils there two centuries before. 

The new house was not a mansion, but it was large and contained almost 30 
rooms, including 12 bedrooms and a single bathroom. The exterior — solid and 
heavy in spite of its "Queen Anne" ornamentation — was, Roosevelt said, the 
architects' contribution; the interior was his own. 

I did not know enough to be sure what I wished in outside matters [Roosevelt 
explained thirty years later]. But I had perfectly definite views what I wished 
in inside matters, what I desired to live in and with; I arranged all this, so as to 
get what I desired in so far as my money permitted; and then Rich put on the 
outside cover with but little help from me. I wished a big piazza, very broad at 
the n.w. corner where we could sit in rocking chairs and look at the sunset; a 
library with a shallow bay window opening south; the parlor or drawing room 
occupying all the western end of the lower floor; as broad a hall as our space 
would permit; big fireplaces for logs; on the top floor the gun room occupying 
the western end so that north and west it looks over the sound and bay. I had 
to live inside and not outside the house; and while I should have liked to 
"express" myself in both, as I had to choose I chose the former. 2 



1 Hermann Hagedorn, The Roosevelt Family of Sagamore Hill (New York: The 
Macmillan Company, 1954), p. 11; Edmund Morris, The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt 
(New York: Coward, McCann & Geoghegan, 1979), pp. 241, 248; U.S. Department of 
the Interior, "Historic Structure Report, Part I," by MacLachlan, pp. 1-3. 

2 Theodore Roosevelt to the editor of Country Life in America, October 3, 1915, copy in 
Sagamore Hill (SAHI) National Historic Site research file. 



Alice's influence on the design, if any, was probably reflected in the kitchen- 
pantry wing and the upper floors. 

Urged by her absent brother to entertain her friends at Sagamore, Bamie took 
him at his word and the just-completed house was filled with guests much of 
the summer and fall of 1885. The owner himself was in residence part of that 
time (June-August) and was back in October to preside there at a jolly Hunt 
Ball, his freshly-broken arm in a sling, an unforeseen trophy of the day's hunt. 
His guest of honor on this occasion was 24-year-old Edith Kermit Carow, the 
childhood friend to whom Roosevelt became secretly engaged a few weeks later. 
That winter he spent in New York under his sister's roof. Sagamore then, as 
later, was not a cozy place in winter. 



The Roosevelts of Sagamore Hill (1887-1901) 



Theodore and Edith Kermit Roosevelt. Married in London on December 2, 
1886, Theodore and Edith spent fifteen weeks touring in England, France, and 
Italy before returning to New York at the end of March 1887. It was May before 
they took up residence at Sagamore Hill, which was to be their home until his 
death almost 32 years later and her home for another 29 years. In their own 
writings and in everything written about them, their deep and abiding love for 
the place is a shining constant. "At Sagamore Hill", as Theodore Roosevelt wrote 
in 1913, "we love a great many things — birds and trees and books, and all things 
beautiful, and horses and rifles and children and hard work and the joy of life." 

In 1887, when their life at Sagamore began, Theodore Roosevelt was almost 29, 
the scion of an old New York family of moderate wealth, a published historian 
whose Naval War of 1812 had been well received, and already a veteran of 
several rough-and-tumble years in New York State politics. At the moment, 
however, he was unemployed and half of his inherited capital of $125,000 had 
been wiped out by the failure of his Dakota cattle ranch. For the next ten years, 
while his reputation as a writer and public servant rose, his income did not and 
on more than one occasion he had to seriously consider selling Sagamore. From 
1889 to 1901 he was almost continually in public service (and the public eye), 
serving as Civil Service commissioner in Washington from 1889 to 1895, as 
president of the New York City Police Board from 1895 to 1897, as Assistant 
Secretary of the Navy from 1897 to 1898, as lieutenant colonel of the First U.S. 



3 Morris, The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt, pp. 304-305, 312-320. 

4 Theodore Roosevelt, "Autobiography," p. 319. 



Volunteer Cavalry ("Rough Riders") during the Spanish-American War (May to 
September 1898), as Governor of New York, 1899-1900, and as Vice President 
of the United States from March 4 to September 14, 1901. During these same 
12 years he also wrote 12 more books and many magazine articles. Even during 
the summer he spent relatively little time at Sagamore, but when he was there 
he spent as much time outdoors as he could — chopping down trees, swimming, 
boating, playing tennis — and always found time to join in the children's activi- 
ties. He had little to do with running the place, however; that was Mrs. 
Roosevelt's job. 

Edith Kermit Carow was 25 at the time of her marriage and 40 when she became 
First Lady. The Kermits and Carows were of Huguenot descent, highly 
respected members of New York's mercantile and social worlds, although 
Edith's father had lost most of his modest fortune before his death. Forced to 
economize by living in Europe, Mrs. Carow and her daughters Edith and Emily 
left the United States in 1886; Edith returned within a year as Mrs. Theodore 
Roosevelt, but her mother and unmarried sister lived out their lives abroad. 
Edith's weekly letters to them provide many of the household references cited 
in this report. 

In striking contrast to her ebullient husband, Edith Roosevelt was a very private 
person, whose graciousness and poise as a hostess masked a reserved nature 
and a firm will. An omnivorous yet discriminating reader, she also loved the 
out-of-doors as deeply, if not as violently, as her husband. She was a good 
household manager, which was fortunate since she had to manage two estab- 
lishments most of the time from 1889 to 1909. Not surprisingly, she suffered 
"nervous headaches" and often retired to the sofa in her bedroom for the day or 
the afternoon. The sofa seemed to play the same role in her life as the rocking 
chair in her husband's. Although she was not an obsessive interior decorator, 
over the years Mrs. Roosevelt did manage to temper somewhat the masculinity 
of Sagamore's decor and created in her parlor or drawing room a distinctly 
feminine haven where there were no animal heads on the walls and only one or 
two skins on the floor, including that of a polar bear presented to her by Rear 
Adm. Robert E. Peary after his expedition to the North Pole. It was from this 
room that she managed the Sagamore estate while her husband managed the 
world outside. 

"The Blessed Bunnies." Sagamore Hill obviously was designed to house a 
large family and so it did. Edith had insisted on taking over from Bamie the 
mothering of little Alice (three years old in February 1887), who came to be 
known as "Sister" to her four half-brothers and one half-sister who came along 
over the next ten years: Theodore, Jr. ("Ted"), born September 13, 1887; Kermit, 
October 10, 1889; Ethel Carow, August 13, 1891; Archibald Bulloch ("Archie"), 
April 9, 1894; and Quentin, November 9, 1897. 



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All of the Roosevelt children survived to maturity, in spite of exposure to the 
health hazards of that pre-antibiotic age, from broken limbs and infected cuts 
through numberless abscesses and boils to near-fatal bouts with typhoid and 
scarlet fever, pneumonia, and appendicitis. Mrs. Roosevelt's letters provide a 
sobering reminder that the popular image of life at Sagamore Hill as all fun and 
games is not the whole truth, full as they are of medical crises, agonizing hours 
in the dentist's chair, and emotional breakdowns. 

By the end of the pre-presidential years, the children's ages ranged from 17 
(Alice) to almost 4 (Quentin). Over those 14 years from 1887 to 1901, they 
appear to have spent almost as much time outside, when they were at Oyster 
Bay, as inside the house. Their presence, however, was a dominating fact 
indoors, principally on the second floor where the nurseries and children's 
bedrooms were located. But no room in the house was exempt from the patter 
of little feet and the sometimes uproarious interactions between parent and 
child. The following incident took place in Washington but could just as well 
have occurred at Sagamore: 

[Kermit, two and a half, had been taken into the dining room in clean clothes] 
and put on the window seat by the children's table opposite Ted's glass of milk. 
Meantime Theodore [Edith wrote to her sister] had come in with a fine new 
leather football for the children, & what must he do but kick it so hard against 
the opposite wall of the dining room that it rebounded, lit on Ted's mug from 
which every drop of milk sprang like the jet of a fountain drenching poor Kermit 
from head to foot [and causing him to be removed, wailing in dismay, for a 
complete change of clothes]. 

Not without reason, Edith Roosevelt sometimes spoke of her husband as the 
biggest of her children. 

Comings and Goings. During these early years, as during Roosevelt's presi- 
dency, Sagamore was essentially a summer residence, not so much because it 



Morris, The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt, pp. 381 ff; Hagedorn, The Roosevelt Family, 
Book I; Edith Roosevelt's letters to her sister, sisters-in-law, and children, Theodore 
Roosevelt Collection, Harvard University (hereafter cited as TR-HU) and Kermit 
Roosevelt Papers, Library of Congress (hereafter cited as KR-LC). 

Edith K Roosevelt (EKR) to her sister Emily Carow, May 20 (1892, though filed under 
1894), Ethel Derby accession, TR-HU. This story is also written in Mrs. Roosevelt's 
"Baby's Journal," p. 31 (May 20, 1892), Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., Papers, Library of 
Congress, Box 55 (hereafter cited as TR,Jr-LC). 

U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, "Sagamore Hill and the 
Roosevelt Family, Historic Resource Study" (Denver, Colorado: Denver Service Center, 
1972). 



was difficult to heat, which it notoriously was, but because Roosevelt's work 
required him to be in Washington, Albany, or New York most of the year. Only 
once-from May 1900 to September 1901--was the family in residence at Oyster 
Bay for a whole year (see Appendix L). The usual procedure was for Edith and 
the children and servants to return to Sagamore in May or June and stay until 
October, occasionally into December. Every semiannual move was a major 
undertaking, not only getting the people and clothes ready, but also "putting 
up" and "opening up" the house and its furniture, all of which had to be covered 
with sheets or newspaper. The expense of maintaining two establishments was 
also burdensome, but neither husband nor wife was willing to accept the 
alternative of long family separations. As it was, Theodore Roosevelt's work 
and the strenuous, but relaxing, hunting trips he took nearly every summer, 
gave him even less time at Sagamore Hill than the rest of the family. 

Servants. To help her operate Sagamore Hill in the 1890s, with its multitude 
of rooms, and take care of its six children and two adults, not to mention visitors, 
Mrs. Roosevelt employed at least seven full or part-time servants and, toward 
the end of the decade, a governess. In 1890 the resident staff included a cook, 
a waitress, a chambermaid and another maid, a nurse, and a laundress; a 
furnace man came in as needed. Edith Roosevelt's correspondence and diaries 
through the 1890s contain many references to servants. They are not always 
named, but there is enough information to give a fairly good idea of the kind of 
help Mrs. Roosevelt had during this decade and occasionally a personality 
briefly emerges. Since little of this information has appeared in print, it may 
be useful to summarize here what is known about the servants of this period 
and their household duties. 

Mrs. Roosevelt brought with her to Sagamore in 1887 as Alice's nurse the same 
family nurse, Mrs. Mary Ledwith, who had taken care of the Carow girls back 
in the 1860s and 1870s. Like most of the Roosevelt servants, Mame, as she was 
always called, was of Irish birth and Catholic faith. Though utterly reliable and 
generally beloved, Mame could be difficult, especially as she grew older (she 
stayed on until 1908). "Mame is exhausted by much church going & as cross as 
two sticks," Mrs. Roosevelt confided once to her sister; "I shall be thankful when 
Easter is over." Mame was responsible for taking care of the children after 
they had passed the infant stage. Newborns were temporarily under the care 
of a "lying-in" nurse, like Miss Guion who tended Edith and baby Ethel in the 
fall of 1891 and a Miss Murphy whom Mrs. Roosevelt characterized as "a 
pleasanter companion & sweet with the baby," but lacking Miss Guion's 



8 EKR to Emily Carow, April 16, 1893, TR-HU. 



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"wonderful thoroughness."" A resident nursemaid took over when the baby 
nurse left. Mrs. Roosevelt's "Baby Journal" and letters mention Delia at 
Sagamore (about 1889), Louise and Josephine in Washington (1892-93), but it 
was Margaret McConvey who took care of the youngest child most of the time 
from 1890 to October 1900, when she was let go, partly because she was not well 
and partly because, Mrs. Roosevelt said, Archie was by then in school and it 
would save $300 a year plus board. Quentin was only three, but apparently 
could be entrusted to Mame's care, although Margaret hated to leave him: "...it 
is all she can do to keep from crying," Edith told her sister, "when she speaks of 
Quentin." 10 

In 1891 the Roosevelts' Washington cook was "colored Millie who really cooks 
very well." The cook at Sagamore Hill in July 1892 was named Ellen; she was 
still with the Roosevelts in Washington in March 1895 when Edith voiced her 
fear that her mother would not like "my old Ellen's very plain cooking." A new 
cook came in June 1895, possibly Annie O'Rourke, who was certainly with the 
Roosevelts from 1899 through 1910. One of the house maids helped in the 
kitchen in the afternoon and after dinner. Polly Dann, of Oyster Bay, came in 
more than once as a substitute cook. The cook's work schedule, written out by 
Mrs. Roosevelt sometime during the 1890s, was as follows: 

Cook 

Daily 

Kitchen breakfast 7:30 

Dining room 8:30 

Kitchen dinner 12:30 

Dining r. lunch 1:30 

Kitchen tea 5:00 

Dining r. dining 7:30 

Daily dust stairs, kitchen hall & scullery 

Tuesday — clean hall stairs & servants sitting room 

Thursday — clean kitchen & scullery 



9 EKR to Emily Carow, November 29, 1892(7), TR-HU. 

10 "Baby's Journal," August 14, 1890, TR,Jr-LC; EKR to Emily Carow, February 29, 1892, 
October 2, 1893, and October 21 and 27, 1900. 



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Whether this was the schedule at Sagamore Hill or in a Washington or New 
York house, it probably applied anywhere. 

Mrs. Roosevelt listed a chambermaid (at $18.00 per month) and a maid ($16.00) 
in her 1890 accounts for Washington and Sagamore Hill. The earliest maid 
identified by name was Alice Fraser (1892/93). Her duties were thus spelled 
out by Mrs. Roosevelt: 

Alice 

Daily — be with Baby [Ethel] while Mame breakfasts dines & takes supper. 
Daily work of two floors. 

Monday — after daily work [3d story front hall — crossed out] clean three 
children's rooms & Mr. R. [dressing] room. 

Tuesday — after daily work clean [servants rooms — crossed out] Mrs. Roosevelt's 
& [Mr. Roosevelt's — crossed out] babe's rooms. 

Friday — after daily work clean servants rooms stairs & halls in 2d & 3d floors 
& bathrooms. 

Answer door while waitress dresses. Help when company. 

The references to a "3d story front hall" and "bathrooms" (plural) point to a house 
in Washington rather than to Sagamore Hill in the above set of instructions. 
The following set, undated but during the tenure of "Katie waitress" (from about 
1893 to June 1896), refers to a house in Washington or to Bamie's house, 689 
Madison Avenue, where they spent the winter of 1895/96: 

Daily 

Brush down stairs & hall & set Mr R's dressing room & bathroom straight 

before half past seven breakfast. 
Go to baby [Archie?] at eight to let Margaret go to her breakfast. 
Pick up Mr R's dressing room. 
Make up nursery on 3d floor. 
Make up baby's nursery. 
Make up Mrs R's room. 
Make up attic rooms. 
Take baby while Margaret has dinner. 
Lay out Mr R's evening clothes before half past five tea. 



1 1 Theodore Roosevelt to Anna Roosevelt, June 20, 1891, Anna Roosevelt Cowles, ed., 
Letters from Theodore Roosevelt to Anna Roosevelt Cowles, 1870-1918 (New York and 
London: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1924), p. 119; EKR, Diary, June 24, 1895, and 
January 3, 1899. The cook's schedule is a loose insert in Mrs. Roosevelt's 
Memorandum Book (Ethel Derby accession, TR-HU). 



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Bring hot water to Mrs R's room & lay out dress. 

Take baby after tea. 

After Mr & Mrs R. go to dinner straighten rooms for night, put fresh water in 

small pitchers, turn bed down &c. 
Answer door while Katie dresses. 
Help in pantry when required. 

Weekly 

Tuesday after daily work clean both nurseries. 
Wednesday clean Mr & Mrs Roosevelt's rooms. 
Friday clean attic rooms stairs & halls & bathrooms. 

Yet another set of instructions for a maid is clearly for Sagamore Hill in 1899 
or 1900, after Miss Young's arrival as governess in November 1898 and while 
Quentin was still a baby. 

Daily work 

Dust halls & stairs. 

7:30 Knock at Mrs Roosevelt's door, Miss Young's, Miss Alice's & any guest of 

the house. 
Breakfast. 

8. stay with Baby while nurse goes to breakfast & make up his room. 
Make up Mrs R's room. 
" " Miss Alice's. 
Miss Young's, 
servants' rooms. 
Dust halls & stairs [crossed out]. 
Give weekly cleaning to a room. 
12:30 Dinner. 
1. Stay with Baby. 
Assist in Kitchen in afternoon. 
5:30 supper. 
6. stay with baby. 
Go to Kitchen 
[As soon as family have gone to dinner — crossed out] prepare rooms for the 

night 
If company, return to kitchen. 

Weekly work 

Monday Clean Mrs R's & Miss Alice alternate weeks Ethel's every week. 

Tuesday Clean children's nursery. 

Wednesday " boys' room. 

Thursday " halls & stairs & b'room [baby's, Mr R's or Miss Young's — 
crossed out) 

Friday — Clean guests & servants [Miss Young's & sewing room alternate 
weeks — crossed out] 

Saturday Clean schoolroom or gun room [servants and guest rooms and bil- 
liard room — crossed out] 

These duties are clearly those of a chambermaid, quite possibly Rose McKenna, 
an Irish girl who came to the Roosevelts in June 1896 to replace "Katie waitress." 

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Rose stayed with Mrs. Roosevelt until 1909, along with her sister Mary whose 
ten years as parlor maid began in 1899. No instructions for the parlor maid 
have been found; although the duties of a waitress (below) from about 1895 to 
1897 suggest that the waitress and parlor maid were one person at that time. 
A "housemaid" named Teresa (September 1900) may have been the Terry Baker 
who was working at Sagamore from 1906 to 1909. 

Although a waitress was among the servants in Mrs. Roosevelt's employ in 1890, 
the first one named was "Katie waitress" who "beamed" as she brought Emily 
Carow's letters to Mrs. Roosevelt at Sagamore in September 1893. Katie left to 
get married in June 1896 and Rose McKenna, who replaced her, got off to a 
rather shaky start. "Rose gave us steel knives to cut our pineapples with," Edith 
reported to Emily after one dinner at the end of June. Rose was still the waitress 
in 1901, however, and she also served at Sagamore as Mrs. Roosevelt's cham- 
bermaid. The duties of the waitress at 698 Madison Avenue, New York (1895- 
1897) were as follows: 

Be down at work at seven. 

Daily work. Dust, air & light fires on parlor floor before breakfast at half 
past eight. 

After breakfast fill lamps [& clean silver — crossed out] before lunch at half 
past one. Dress for afternoon as soon as lunch is over, before washing up. 

Dinner at half past seven. Shut up house at ten o'clock when there is no com- 
pany & carry up silver to Mrs R's room. 

Monday after daily morning work clean silver until lunch time. 

Tuesday after daily morning work clean parlor [dining room — crossed out] & 
library. 

Wednesday [after daily morning work] clean silver 

Thursday [ " " " " ] dining room, hall & pantry. 

Friday [ " " " " ] wash 

Saturday [ " ] iron 



12 EKR to Emily Carow, November 29, 1892(?), and September 2, 1900, TR-HU; EKR to 
Anna Roosevelt Cowles, June 13, 1896, TR-HU; EKR, Diary, June 18, 1899, and 
November 9, 1900, TR-HU. The schedules are loose in EKR, Memorandum Book, Ethel 
Derby accession, TR-HU. 

13 EKR to Anna Roosevelt Cowles, June 13, 1896, TR-HU; EKR to Emily Carow, 
September 25, 1893, June 28, 1896, and January 1901, TR-HU. The instructions for 
the waitress are in SAHI research file, under "Recipes and Domestics." See also 
interview with Katie (O'Rourke) Meany. 



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After making-do with sewing help from Mame and the nursemaids for some 
years, in October 1893 Mrs. Roosevelt hired Mollie Smith as a full-time 
seamstress. "Mollie is a queer little odd & end to look at," she wrote at the time, 
"but just the person I want." Mollie remained with the Roosevelts in 
Washington and New York and at Sagamore Hill until 1901, but her name is 
not included in a list of servants taken into the White House in September 1901. 

In 1890 Mrs. Roosevelt hoped to persuade Mary Donohoe to come to Sagamore 
as laundress. "It is a large wash," she wrote Bamie, "& I think it will pay to give 
the $25.00." Her household accounts for 1890 show the laundress's monthly 
wage went up from $24.00 in May to $25.00 in June, so Mary Donohoe may have 
taken the job. The only other references to the laundry were in 1900; on July 
31, Mrs. Roosevelt "engaged washerwoman" and on September 2 she was "in 
treaty for a laundress," and said that Teresa, house-maid, would do "part of the 
wash." This was probably not a live-in position after 1890. 

No resident governess was employed for the Roosevelt children until Miss Young 
came in November 1898 to take charge of 14-year-old Alice, who had threatened 
to "humiliate" the family if sent away to boarding school. "In one way she will 
be an added care," Mrs. Roosevelt told her sister, "but if she can back the little 
ones' nurses & take charge of Ted when he is unable to go to school, I shall be 
repaid." Miss Young was with the Roosevelts in Albany and Oyster Bay until 
they moved into the White House in September 1901. 

There was no male butler in charge of the pantry and dining room at Sagamore 
before 1901. Henry Pinckney, described as the family's "colored factotum," 
accompanied them to the White House in 1901, but just what his duties had 
previously been is not known. 

Mrs. Roosevelt was by no means exempt from what was universally known as 
"the servant problem," but she fared better than many employers of that day. 
"Is it not lucky," she could write, shortly before her husband became president, 



14 EKR to Emily Carow, October 2, 1893, TR-HU. More will be said of Mollie's work in 
connection with the sewing room (Evidence). 

15 EKR to Anna Roosevelt (Bamie), Tuesday (probably June 1890), TR-HU; EKR to Emily 
Carow, September 2, 1900, TR-HU; EKR, Diary, July 31, 1900, TR-HU. 

16 EKR to Emily Carow, September 14 and October 7, 1898, TR-HU. Alice had had a 
governess in New York in 1895-96, but she apparently did not live in ("Baby's Journal," 
TR,Jr-LC, p. 17). 



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"that the servants are so good?" That this was true for her probably owed 
less to luck than to good management. 

Visitors. Although the summers of 1885 and 1886, when Anna Roosevelt 
presided over her brother Theodore's new house, were never equalled for gaiety 
at Sagamore, the house had room for guests even after the sixth child arrived. 
Edith Roosevelt, naturally rather reserved, might have preferred not to keep 
open house for her husband's friends, but in time she came to terms with her 
role as hostess to an ever-growing constituency of friends and political as- 
sociates. 

In the early years visitors tended to be mainly relatives — Theodore's two sisters, 
Edith's mother and sister (only occasionally, since they lived across the Atlan- 
tic), and various aunts, uncles and cousins and their children, including both 
Eleanor and Franklin Roosevelt — or personal friends like Bob Ferguson, Cecil 
Spring-Rice, and the Henry Cabot Lodges. But as Roosevelt became an ever 
more prominent public figure, politicians began to take the slow accommodation 
train from New York City to Oyster Bay for a day or a weekend at Sagamore 
Hill. The full tide of visitation did not hit, however, until Sagamore became the 
Summer White House in 1902. 

Much more frequent and delightfully informal were the daily visits back and 
forth among the three Roosevelt families in Oyster Bay. The visits were nice 
for the grownups but even nicer for the children. "Sagamore Hill is one of three 
neighboring houses in which small cousins spent very happy years of childhood," 
Theodore Roosevelt wrote in 1913. "In the three houses there were at one time 
sixteen of these small cousins, all told." Their visits, no less than those of 
their elders, characterized summer life at Oyster Bay. 



17 EKR to Emily Carow, August 27, 1901, TR-HU. 

18 Mrs. Carow and Emily visited the Roosevelts in the summers of 1888 and 1891; Emily 
alone, after her mother's death, from June to December 1895 and from December 1899 
to March 1900. 

19 Roosevelt, "Autobiography," p. 327. 



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Improvements. As a new house, Sagamore required relatively little "improve- 
ment" during the 1890s. Mrs. Roosevelt's account book for Sagamore Hill 
records annual expenditures for plumbing and carpentry or repairs, but no 
specifics except for an entry of $800 in 1893: "refinish house. "^ This entry 
probably refers to installing a ventilating shaft from the "slop closet" on the 
second floor and a fireplace in the "children's bedroom" (northeast bedroom) and 
plastering and painting or papering several other rooms on the second floor 
(bathroom, gate room, nursery, Alice's room, and the little room behind it). In 
1896 the second and possibly the third floor hall and the little guest room were 
papered for the first time. 

In December 1900 storm or "double" windows were put on the north side of the 
house, which was notoriously hard to keep warm in winter in spite of its hot air 
furnaces and seven fireplaces. "I am having double windows put all over the 
north side of the house today to the tune of $160, but I hope to save something 
in coal besides keeping approximately warm," Edith Roosevelt wrote to Emily 
Carow. She had moved temporarily into the old nursery because her own room, 
with its north and west exposure, was "so cold that I could not have laid in bed 
there." "I grudge the money I had to put in them," she informed her sister-in-law 
Mrs. Cowles a few months later, "but we should have frozen without them." 

One other major improvement project occurred only months before Theodore 
Roosevelt's unforeseen accession to the presidency in 1901. In April of that year 
Mrs. Roosevelt transformed her old-fashioned parlor into a proper drawing room 
with a decorative tin ceiling and new paper and paint. About the same time, 
she redecorated the former "schoolroom" on the top floor, which became "Aunt 
Emily's room," and converted the old nursery in the southwest corner of the 
second floor into father's dressing room. 



20 Sagamore Hill Account Book, 1889-1910, SAHI collection. 

21 EKR to Emily Carow, November 29, 1892(?) and March 3, April ?, May 12, and May 23, 
1893, TR-HU. 

22 "I have succeeded in papering the halls upstairs which is a vast improvement" (EKR to 
Anna Roosevelt Cowles, June 13, 1896, TR-HU). See also Documentary references, 
Second Floor Hall, reference 5. 

23 EKR to Emily Carow, December 1, 1900, TR-HU; EKR to Anna Roosevelt Cowles, April 
24, 1904, TR-HU. 

24 See Documentary references, Drawing Room, Schoolroom, and Gate Room. 



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Theodore Roosevelt's checkbooks for 1899 and 1900 reveal the purchase of 
"shades" from Julius Blum in September 1899 and July 1900 and an "awning" 
from Theodore Painter in July 1900. Amos Cheshire collected $29.94 on June 
12, 1900, for "paperhanging June," but there is no clue to where he hung it. 

Throughout this period the house was lit by gas, coal oil, and candles. 
The Summer White House (1902-1909) 



Family. From Theodore Roosevelt's accession to the presidency in September 
1901 until his retirement in March 1909, the president and his family spent less 
time at Sagamore Hill but treasured all the more what time they had there. 

Sagamore Hill is the family sanctuary [wrote a friend], whither they come back 
in June with one long sigh of relief that their holiday is in sight, in which they 
may have one another. No longer to themselves, it is true. The President is not 
permitted to be alone even in his own home. ...I saw that his heart was there. ...I 
never go away from Sagamore Hill without a feeling that if I lived there I would 
never leave it.. ..Not that Sagamore Hill has anything to suggest a palace. On 
the contrary; it is a very modest home for the President of the United 
States. ...The house is comfortable, filled with reminders of the stirring life its 
owner has led in camp and on the hunting trail. ...but it is homelike rather than 
imposing. It is the oeople themselves who put the stamp on it — the life they 
live there together. 

From mid-June to mid-September during most of these hectic years, Mrs. 
Roosevelt presided over a house filled with half-grown children, overnight 
guests, daytime visitors, and servants — all under the unobtrusive surveillance 
of plain clothes Secret Service men. Although the president could rarely spend 
more than a few weeks at a time away from Washington, his visits gave him a 
chance to relax, in his energetic way, with his children. "We were all of us, I am 



Theodore Roosevelt, checkbooks, 1899-1900 (SAHI collection), checks numbered 282, 
698, 721, and 731. 

26 Jacob Riis, Theodore Roosevelt, the Citizen (Washington, D.C.: Johnson, Wynne Co., 
1904), p. 313. 



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almost ashamed to say, rather blue at getting back to the White House," he 
wrote in October 1905, "simply because we missed Sagamore Hill so much."'' 
He maintained a temporary office in Oyster Bay, but his secretary, William 
Loeb, visited Sagamore Hill daily to transact necessary business with the 
president in the library. "The library is so much used as an office now," Mrs. 
Roosevelt lamented, "that I hate to put anything new and fresh in it." 2 

As First Lady, Edith Roosevelt acquitted herself with surpassing dignity, at 
Sagamore as well as in the White House, though she made clear the difference 
between her home and the executive mansion of which she was temporary 
hostess. When her husband insisted on bringing the Czar's profligate cousin, 
the Grand Duke Boris, to lunch at Sagamore in August 1902, Mrs. Roosevelt 
calmly took herself and Kermit to lunch at a neighboring relative's house. "In 
Washington it would have been another matter," she explained, "but I could not 
receive him in my own private house." 

Official responsibilities notwithstanding, the Roosevelt children required their 
mother's nearly constant attention. "A house full of young people complicates 
matters," she confided to her sister-in-law in 1904, "and though mine are still 
at an easier age than yours, I have to be 'up & doing.'" At that time, Alice was 
20 and spending as little time at Sagamore as she could. As she recalled 70 
years later: 

I was not there very much. From about 1902 I was never there ...not if I could 
help it.... Certainly I didn't want to be there all that dreary time.. ..The family 
did have a good time together; I suppose they did; we were expected to have a 
good time and so we did. Only, gracious, it was a pleasure to get away from it. 
I wasn't very enthusiastic about it, frankly. 

Alice's marriage to Congressman Nicholas Longworth in February 1906 re- 
moved her from the Sagamore scene except as an occasional visitor. 



27 Joseph Bucklin Bishop, ed., Theodore Roosevelt's Letters to His Children (New York: 
Charles Scribner's Sons, c.1919, 1947), p. 59. 

28 EKR to Emily Carow, August 10, 1903, TR-HU. 

29 EKR to Emily Carow, September 10, 1902, TR-HU. 

30 EKR to Corinne Robinson, August 16, 1904, TR-HU. The president, in a letter of 
September 23, 1903, to one of his children, wryly remarked, "Mother is as busy as 
possible putting up the house. ..and secretly wishes she could wrap us up in a neatly 
pressed sheet with camphor balls inside." (Bishop, Theodore Roosevelt's Letters, p. 59). 

31 Alice Roosevelt Longworth, interviewed by Peter Steele, February 1, 1974. 



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Edith and Theodore Roosevelt's three older children — Ted, Kermit, and Ethel — 
were adolescents during these years. The boys, away at school or college most 
of the year, relished the relatively free summers at Sagamore. Kermit's diaries 
offer a teenager's refreshing view of life in the Summer White House. On August 
4, 1902, when he was 13, he recorded: "Father has Prince Boris to lunch. Go 
to lunch at cousin Laura's. ...Play under piazza in afternoon.'' The entry for July 
4, 1903, concerns a "generation gap" problem: 

The alarm clock didn't go off. I think that some of the grown ups came in and 
set it later because it hadn't gone off when I left and when I came back it had 
gone off and the indicator marked 4:20. (It was a mean skin of them to do it). 

Kermit was 17 in 1906 and much interested in a neighbor, Dagmar Wetmore, 
when he wrote: "July 14. In the evening we had a fancy dress ball in which I 
was a harlequin & Dagmar a rose." Later entries show Kermit playing his 
mandolin with Ethel at the piano (June 21, 1908), shooting "with Father with 
our new African guns" (July 8, 1908), practicing with his "big game camera" 
(August 11, 1908), and finally, on March 17, 1909, packing his "African duffle 
bags" for the trip with the ex-president, which ended this period. 

Ethel, at 15, found herself briefly in charge of the house and thoroughly enjoyed 
the experience: 

I have been having a perfectly great time keeping house. It is such fun. I go in 
and look very dignified and order the meals from Annie and then I whisk away 
and interview Lee [coachman] and then I see Seaman [farm manager] who has 
come up about the tennis courts and then I have to go and see. ..the carpenter.... 

The two youngest children, Archie and Quentin, usually referred to as "the little 
boys," were 7 and 4 at the beginning of this period and soon became nationally 
known for their antics as members of the "White House Gang." They were 
definitely beyond the nursery stage at Sagamore and participated manfully in 
the vigorous pastimes and sports enjoyed by their father and older siblings. 



32 Kermit Roosevelt, diaries, KR-LC, container 2. 

33 Ethel Roosevelt to Kermit Roosevelt, June 1906, KR-LC, container 2. 



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By 1907, each of the children had his or her own room. Alice, of course, was 
already gone and Kermit had her old southeast room. Ted was on the third 
floor, Ethel in the old nursery ("gate room"), Archie in the northeast room, and 
Quentin in the "little room" behind Archie's. 

Servants. At first, the Summer White House seems to have operated with 
about the same number of house servants; however, a chambermaid replaced 
the seamstress and the nursemaid. Occasional references to specific servants 
indicate that the cook, Annie O'Rourke, remained until June 1909, as did Rose 
and Mary McKenna, waitress and parlor maid respectively. Mame Ledwith, 
though no longer needed as "the little boys'" nurse, stayed on as a sort of retired 
"nanny" until September 1908, when she was pensioned offand sent to live with 
her sister in New York. All four also served in the White House. 

The duties of the waitress at Sagamore were spelled out by Mrs. Roosevelt in 
the first year or so of the presidential era: 

WAITRESS 

Entire charge of dining room and pantry, hall, stairs & toilet room — china, sil- 
ver, glass, linen. 

Telephone — Either waitress or parlor maid within hearing of telephone in 
afternoon. 

Meet carriage at door. 

At some point during the presidential years a black male butler and assistant 
butler supplanted the waitress. Brought from the White House, they no doubt 
handled the official luncheons and dinners that brought public officials and 
foreign dignitaries to Oyster Bay from time to time. In August/September 1906 
the two butlers were Charles Reider and James Amos; Amos later became chief 
butler, with Allen Dean as his assistant. The butlers occupied quarters in 
outbuildings on the estate. 



34 Mrs. Roosevelt's account book (SAHI collection) provides a year-by-year listing of 
servants (without names) and wages from 1889 on. Rose and Mary, Annie and Mame 
are referred to in many of Mrs. Roosevelt's letters to Emily Carow, including those of 
October 23, 1904, and March 12 and September 26, 1905 (TR-HU), and in Ethel 
Roosevelt's letters to Kermit, June 1906, and to her mother, June 1907 (KR-LC, boxes 2 
and 10). 

35 "Recipes and Domestics" file, SAHI research files. 



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While Mrs. Roosevelt was evidently a good manager of servants, since there was 
relatively little turnover at Sagamore during these difficult years, the human 
interest anecdotes concerning them relate to the president. Alice remembered 
that her father "thought it was perfectly awful to call servants by their first 
names — showed a lack of consideration." Mrs. Roosevelt's maids, however, did 
not like being called Miss Rose or Miss Mary, as if they were daughters of the 
house, and the president's good intentions only drew upon him his wife's "rather 
patient jeers." Jacob Riis is the source of a White House story concerning 
Rose's protest at the president's engaging in pillow fights with Archie and 
Quentin because "they mussed the beds too much." The result, apparently, was 
the President of the United States "bowing obediently before the law of the 
household and retreating before Rose where she was rightfully in command." 

Not quite a servant nor yet a family member was the French-Canadian govern- 
ess, Mile. Drouillette, who was employed for the benefit of the "little boys" from 
about 1904 to 1908. Like her predecessor Miss Young, "Mademoiselle" had her 
own room at Sagamore Hill (possibly the so-called nursery next to the south 
bedroom). Ted had a tutor in Washington, but Mrs. Roosevelt rebelled against 
having him at Oyster Bay because it would have meant serving an extra lunch 
and dinner. Mile. Drouillette presumably ate with her small charges some- 
where other than in the dining room. 

For the household staff, as well as the Roosevelt family, an era ended in 
mid- 1909. With the ex-president and Kermit in Africa; Ted, Archie, and Quen- 
tin away at school; Mrs. Roosevelt and Ethel off to Europe; and the house about 
to undergo substantial improvements, all of the house servants were let go. 
Mame and Mile. Drouillette had already left in 1908. 

Visitors. Visitors were an ever-present feature of life at Sagamore Hill during 
Roosevelt's presidency. Some came by appointment, some arrived unan- 
nounced, some stayed for only an hour or for lunch, and some came for dinner 
and spent the night. Try as she might, Mrs. Roosevelt could rarely be sure in 



36 Alice Roosevelt Longworth, interview by Peter Steele, February 1, 1974. 

37 Riis, Theodore Roosevelt, the Citizen, pp. 331-32. 



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the morning how many guests would be present for lunch or dinner, owing to 
her husband's propensity for issuing impulsive invitations. Although one 
admiring visitor in 1908 remarked that Mrs. Roosevelt "is perfectly poised and 
nothing seems to annoy her," this was not entirely true. She was, however, 
blessed with good help. "You can believe that I need servants of a placid 
temperament to deal with such contingencies," she told Kermit once, after four 
additional people arrived during a lunch for eight. 

Not all visitors came on business. To celebrate the completion of the new north 
room in July 1905, for instance, the children had a costume party; this became 
an annual affair while there were children at home. At these parties, former 
butler James Amos recalled, "I have seen the President and his wife dance the 
Virginia Reel, which he always enjoyed very much." 

Leaving Sagamore Hill at the end of the summer always had a rather funereal 
aspect, as the boys went off to school and "all the house was pinned up in 
sheets." 40 

The house is "put up" [wrote the president in September 1907]; everything 
wrapped in white that can be, and all the rugs off the floors. Quentin is reduced 
to the Secret Service men for steady companionship. 



38 Archibald W. Butt, Letters of Archie Butt (New York: Doubleday, 1924), p. 75; Edith 
Roosevelt to Kermit, May 24, 1914 (KR-LC, box 11). See also Documentary References, 
Dining Room, references 16 and 24. 

39 James E. Amos, Theodore Roosevelt, Hero to his Valet (New York: John Day Co., 1927), 
p. 109. The fancy dress parties are mentioned in EKR to Kermit, June 18, 1905, and 
Kermit's diary, July 14, 1906; July 13, 1907; and July 18, 1908, KR LC, box 10. 

40 EKR to Kermit, October 2, 1905, KR LC, box 10. 

41 Theodore Roosevelt to "Archiekins," September 21, 1907, quoted in Bishop, ed., 
Theodore Roosevelt's Letters, p. 198. 



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Improvements. Sagamore Hill underwent at least two major improvements 
and a number of lesser ones during these years. 

Addition of the north room in 1905 gave the family a real living room at last and 
a fine setting for many of the president's hunting trophies and other treasures. 
It also opened out the house, as Mrs. Roosevelt put it, by creating a feeling of 
spaciousness it had previously lacked. The work cost almost as much as the 
original house, but all shared the president's enjoyment of it. 

Incidental to the north room construction were the lengthening of the first floor 
hall, thereby shortening the piazza on the north side, and the addition of a 
balcony outside the dressing room and little guest room. 

A major expenditure ($2265.00) in October 1907 for plumbing and carpentry 
work probably reflects the addition of the "splash closet" in which the president 
was taking his morning shower as early as September of that year. 

The parlor or drawing room was repapered and painted in the fall of 1906. 

There were no changes in the heating and lighting, aside from installation of a 
"new gas machine" in February 1909. The new north room was wired in 
anticipation of electrification (which did not occur until 1918). Telephones were 
installed in the pantry and library in 1902, when Sagamore Hill became for the 
first time the Summer White House. 



42 For details, see Documentary References, North Room. 

43 See Documentary References, Hall, Dressing Room, and Little Guest Room. 

44 Sagamore Hill account book (SAHI Collection); Charles Somerville, "How Roosevelt 
Rests," Broadway Magazine, September 1907, p. 667. The bathrooms attached to the 
dressing room and south bedroom appear to have been installed in 1910 (see 
Documentary References). 

45 EKR to Emily Carow, August 19, 1906, TR-HU. 

46 Sagamore Hill account book (SAHI Collection), February 1909; Archie to Theodore 
Roosevelt, June 24, 1902, Theodore Roosevelt Papers, Library of Congress (hereafter 
cited as TR-LC), Addenda, Series 16, box 1. 



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Colonel and Mrs. Roosevelt at Home (1909-1919) 



Family. On March 4, 1909, Theodore Roosevelt retired from the presidency 
and returned as a private citizen, with his wife and children, to their home on 
Long Island. 

We could not have had a pleasanter homecoming, [he wrote to his sister Anna 
five days later.] I wanted to be here in late Winter; and it is late Winter, and at 
night under the full moon the snow-covered landscape is beautiful beyond 
description. Good Ethel had the house as comfortable as possible for us, and 
really it is a lovely house. I am dictating this in the North Room, with the big 
logs blazing on the hearth. So lovely is it that I am utterly unable to miss the 
White House, and though I miss very much the friends that I used to see at the 
White House, I am very glad to be home. Edith is already rested. 

Within weeks, the ex-president and son Kermit had left for their long-an- 
ticipated African trip, primarily to collect big game specimens for the American 
Museum of Natural History. By July, everyone else was gone, even the ser- 
vants; for the first time Sagamore Hill was quiet during the summer. 

It was during this time that Ethel Roosevelt, looking homeward from Italy at 
the age of 18, penned one of the best impressions of life at Sagamore in its "golden 
age": 

When I was reading "The Golden Age" and "Dream Days" over again this 
summer I thought how very alike some of our plays were. I can remember some 
days when we felt exactly as "I" did on the wonderful early fall morning when 
he ran away from school. Can't you see Smith's field with purple asters and 
goldenrod against the gray grass, & the Devil's Punch Bowl with the bay clinging 
to its sides & then on to the Apple Orchard with heaps of apples on the ground 
and then through the red sumacs to the Fairy Apple Orchard with the pines 
singing in the breeze and dark against the blue blue sky. I shall be glad to get 
home and see it all again.. ..We'll have some fine old times there when you get 
back. 48 

Mrs. Roosevelt came back to Sagamore for a few months during the winter of 
1909/10, probably to supervise some major work in the house, including two new 
bathrooms, but she was soon off again to meet her husband and son in Africa 



47 TR to Anna Roosevelt Cowles, March 9, 1909, quoted in Cowles, Letters from Theodore 
Roosevelt, p. 275. 

48 Ethel Roosevelt to Kermit, October 10, 1909, KR-LC, box 2. The books referred to were 
by Kenneth Grahame, best remembered for The Wind in the Willows. 



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and spend several months in Europe during the spring. It was not until May of 
1910 that the family returned to Sagamore Hill. 

Things were not the same, however. "This summer," Ted's father wrote him in 
August, "has marked the definite end of the old Oyster Bay life that all of you 
children used to lead. Ted's marriage to Eleanor Butler Alexander in June, 
even more than Alice's wedding in 1906, was a clear signal that the children 
were children no longer. That summer Ted was almost 23, Kermit 21, Ethel 19, 
Archie 16, and Quentin just entering his teens. By the end of this last decade 
of Theodore Roosevelt's life, the rest of the children would marry, except for 
Quentin, whose death in air combat over France in 1918 foreshadowed his 
father's death six months later. 

The elder Roosevelts were too resilient, however, to dwell on what they were 
losing. 

What I now most want, [wrote Theodore Roosevelt to his new daughter-in-law 
in November 1910] is just what is forced on me; to stay here in my own home 
with your mother-in-law, to walk and ride with her, and in the evening sit with 
her before the great wood fire in the north room and hear the wind shrieking 
outside; to chop trees and read books, and feel that I am justified in not working. 
I don't want to be in Africa, or on the ranch, or in the army, or in the White 
House; I like to think of them all, now and then, but the place I wish to be is just 
where I am. 

Before long, of course, the delights of idleness in pleasant surroundings palled 
and the ex-president's restless energy carried him gradually back into writing, 
politics, and exploration — all of which drew him frequently away from home. 

For Mrs. Roosevelt, the permanent return to Sagamore Hill was equally wel- 
come. She took the opportunity to improve the house and to incorporate into 
its furnishings many of the First Family's acquisitions during the White House 
years — including such impressive gifts as a tiger skin from the Dowager 
Empress of China, a magnificent court sword from the Mikado, a huge rug from 
the Sultan of Turkey, and several pictures from the German Kaiser. To these, 
after his African and South American trips in 1909-10 and 1913-14, were added 
exotic trophies of Colonel Roosevelt's prowess such as the Cape buffalo head in 
the hall and the jaguar skins in the north room. 



49 TR to Ted, August 23, 1910, TR,Jr-LC, box 3. 

50 TR to Eleanor Butler Roosevelt (Mrs. Theodore, Jr.), November 27, 1910 (TR,Jr-LC, 
box 3). 



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The loss of children through marriage left some rooms empty for a while but 
was compensated for by the advent of grandchildren, starting with Ted and 
Eleanor's Grade in 1911. "Mother is preparing the bassinet and the crib and 
the little bathtub," the new grandfather reported happily, "and everything else 
that was used when all of you were babies." It was a wrench, however, when 
Quentin left for college in 1915. "I am a little sad," his mother wrote to Kermit, 
"to think that the last of the boys has taken the first step of entrance to the great 
world." She thought of taking "Father" away somewhere as a distraction, but 
decided against it because she wrote, "he does like his own Sagamore Hill, poor 
lamb." 52 

Servants. On May 14, 1910, shortly after the family's return from Europe, the 
census enumerator visited Sagamore Hill. In addition to Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt 
and the four children still at home, he listed eight servants living on the 
property, viz.: 

James Amos, messenger, black, 32, married one year, no children 
Annie Amos, maid, black, 26, married one year, no children 
Charles Lee, messenger, black, 36, married one year, no children 
Clara Lee, chambermaid, black, 35, married one year, no children 
Mary Sweeney, housemaid, 22, single, came from Ireland in 1891 
Meta Bat, cook, 48, widow, one child, came from Germany in 1890 
Catherine Daley, waitress, 35, single, came from Ireland in 1895 
Arthur Williams, butler, black, 18, single 



51 TR to Ted, January 2, 1912, TR,Jr-LC, box 3. 

52 EKR to Kermit, September 26, 1915, KR-LC. 

53 13 Census of the United States: 1910 — Population. New York, Nassau County, Oyster 
Bay, supervisor's district no. 2, enumerator's district no. 1135, sheet no. 19 A, 
"supplemental" (copy, SAHI). 



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Mary Sweeney was the most durable of this new generation of servants; she 
stayed on as Mrs. Roosevelt's housekeeper and personal maid until her mistress 
died in 1948. Besides those listed above, the only other maid of record before 
the 1920s was Sarah MacNamara (1914-1916). James Amos seems to have 
replaced Arthur Williams as butler before 1913 and later came back to serve as 
valet to the ailing ex-president when he went on trips and during his final 
illness. 

The kitchen was presided over in 1910 by "good old Meta" Bat; in 1915 Meta or 
possibly another "old cook" was characterized as cooking "splendidly" but "unco' 
ill to live wi'," so much so that Mrs. Roosevelt told Ethel she was "perfectly 
prepared to return to a cookless home!" However, Nora T. Mulroy was cook 
"during the years immediately preceding" Mr. Roosevelt's death. 

The war made it harder to get servants. "The servant question has risen to 
mountain high difficulties" Mrs. Roosevelt complained in May 1918, adding in 
an October letter: "I can get no waitress in all of New York who is willing to 
spend a winter at Oyster Bay, so any extra person [i.e., guest] has narrowed 
down in my mind to so many more plates & spoons to be washed." 

Visitors. Daytime visitors and overnight guests continued as a characteristic 
feature of life at Sagamore Hill. His wide ranging interests and resurgent 
political aspirations drew almost as many visitors to Colonel Roosevelt's door 
as in the White House days, somewhat to Mrs. Roosevelt's dismay. 
"Father... likes the house full of Tom, Dick and Harry," she mildly complained 
to Kermit, "and I can't quite keep up with the pace but toil along panting." Like 
the children, however, with their escape hatch through Kermit's window, Edith 



54 See letters of EKR to Kermit, December 27, 1909; January 7 and November 28, 1910; 
December 29, 1912; May 24, 1914; March 28 and October 31, 1915; May 5 and June 2, 
1918 (KR-LC); also TR to Ted, October 19, 1910 (TR,Jr-LC); TR to Anna R. Cowles, 
July 28, 1911 in Elting E. Morison and John Blum, eds., The Letters of Theodore 
Roosevelt (Harvard University Press, 1951-54), VII, p. 316). See also Amos, Theodore 
Roosevelt, Hero. 

55 Cooks are mentioned in letters of EKR to Kermit, December 27, 1909; November 28, 
1910; March 28 and July 18, 1915 (KR-LC); to Eleanor B. Roosevelt, March 4, 1910; 
and to Ted, April 11, 1910 (TR,Jr-LC); Raymond P. Kenny, Lindenhurst, NY, to TRA, 
November 28, 1986: "My maternal grandmother Nora T. Mulroy, who passed away in 
1933, was employed as a cook for the President's family at Sagamore Hill during the 
years immediately preceding his death in 1919." 

56 EKR to Kermit, May 12 and October 25, 1918 (KR-LC). 



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Roosevelt avoided unwanted guests in her own way. When a telephone call from 
New York City alerted her to the impending visit of one of Italy's royal princes 
during the World War, she reacted promptly. As her amused husband reported: 

Being fairly familiar with Mother, I grinned to myself, knowing that the warning 
would enable her to make a getaway. Sure enough, when we reached the house, 
Mother was technically out — having hastily run upstairs and gone to bed with 
her boots on, so to speak. 

When the United States entered the war in 1917, all four of the Roosevelt boys 
and Ethel's husband, Dr. Richard Derby, enlisted, and all eventually served in 
France. The vacancy in the elder Roosevelts' lives was partially filled when 
Ethel closed her own house and moved into Sagamore Hill with her two children, 
Richard and baby Edith. From the summer of 1917 to the summer of 1918 the 
three Derbys and a nursemaid occupied the old nursery rooms on the south side 
of the house. 

After Quentin's death in July 1918 the Roosevelts made a point of having 20 
enlisted men brought over from nearby Camp Mills once a week to enjoy 
Sagamore Hill's hospitality. 

Father makes a little talk to them in the North Room about his flags and trophies 
[Mrs. Roosevelt told Kermit], then I take them to the dining room and give them 
tea and cake and cigarettes and sometimes we walk to the garden. Probably 
they would enjoy Mary Sweeney & Co. more, but there is glory in them and 
besides I could not manage the other way. 

Improvements. Between 1909 and 1919 Sagamore underwent two major 
flurries of improvement. 



57 TR to Eleanor B. Roosevelt, June 27, 1917 (TR,Jr-LC). 

58 EKR to Kermit, September 1, 1918 (KR-LC). 



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While all or most of the family were away in 1909/10, Mrs. Roosevelt had the 

library repapered; at the same time she had the cracking plaster repaired in the 

entrance hall and had paper hung there, above the wainscoting and up the 

stairway as a dado. A few months later more extensive work was done upstairs. 

This included construction of two new bathrooms next to the south bedroom and 

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father's dressing room and a storage area over the porte cochere. 

Early in 1918 Sagamore Hill was wired for electricity and electric lights replaced 
the old gas lamps. "The electric light has been a convenience," Mrs. Roosevelt 
told Kermit six months later; "and as yet we are not burned to the ground." 

No change was made in the always inadequate heating system. 

Most of the plumbing is out of commission, [wrote Mrs. Roosevelt in December 
1917,] and we shut the door of the library to keep cozy. Father had ordered the 
North Room furnace put out, on account of the necessity of conserving cold [coal], 
but it had to be lit again for the present, although I cannot see that it makes 
even a dent in the frigidity. 

"Sagamore is just as warm as it ever was in cold weather," she wryly commented 
to Bamie a couple of months later. "We have plenty of coal but a bird cage is 
hard to heat." 63 



59 EKR to Kermit, May 12 and September 30, 1909, KR-LC, box 11. The bathrooms and 
storage space, identified as post-1900 work by architectural research, almost certainly 
account for the heavy payments to carpenters and plumbers in January-May 1910 in 
the Sagamore Hill account book (SAHI collection). 

60 Sagamore Hill account book (SAHI collection), under 1918, documents the installation 
of electricity in January-February, at a cost of $1552.34. 

61 EKR to Kermit, June 16, 1918, KR-LC. 

62 EKR to Kermit, December 30, 1917, KR-LC. 

63 EKR to Anna R. Cowles, February 1918, quoted in Hagedorn, Roosevelt Family, p. 392. 



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Edith Roosevelt's Widowhood (1919-1948) 



His health permanently impaired by the over-strenuous Brazilian expedition of 
1913/14, the former president literally had worn himself out trying to prepare 
America for war and to help her win it once she had taken her place with the 
Allies. Quentin's death and worry over the other boys also took their toll. After 
spending Christmas 1918 in a New York hospital, Theodore Roosevelt came 
back to his beloved Sagamore Hill to recuperate. Barely a week later on January 
6, 1919, he was dead. "At four a.m.," Edith Roosevelt noted in her diary, "T. 
stopped breathing. Had had sweet, sound sleep." A few days later, in a letter 
to Ted, she wrote of his last days at home: 

Father spent his last evening in your old nursery and loved the view of wh. he 
spoke, and as it got dark he watched the dancing flames and spoke of the 
happiness of being home, and made little plans for me. 

During her long widowhood, Mrs. Roosevelt stayed on at Sagamore Hill to 
provide, as she said, "a centre for the family." "I am only justified in keeping 
that house open if I can make it a home for all of you," she told Kermit three 
months after his father's death. As the years passed, Sagamore often echoed 
to the old sounds when grandchildren came to stay. 

It has been such a happiness to have the house full of children once more [Mrs. 
Roosevelt wrote to Ted in June 1935], as Father would have wished. In saying 
goodbye Grade's little compliment gave me real satisfaction for she spoke of the 
children's love for Sagamore and their feeling of being at home when they were 
here, which she thought might be trying for me. Of course, it is not, for it is 
what I am always planning for. 



64 EKR, diary, January 6, 1919 (TR-HU). 

65 EKR to Ted, January 12, 1919 (TR,Jr-LC, box 4). On the day of Theodore Roosevelt's 
funeral, prayers were said in the north room. When the funeral cortege left for the 
Oyster Bay Church and burial ground, Mrs. Roosevelt and Mrs. James West Roosevelt 
stayed behind and read the service together in the house (EKR, diary, January 8, 1919). 

66 EKR to Kermit, March 30 and April 6, 1919, KFM.C. 

67 EKR to Ted, June 28, 1935, TR.JrJ^C, box 4. 



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There were times when Grandmother Roosevelt felt differently about the house 
and its treasured contents. What she called "an odd feeling of guardianship" 
prevented her from asking one of the young families to stay at Sagamore in 
1928, for fear of the inevitable "breakings and vanishings." More typical, 
however, was her amused comment in 1929: 

Tonight my Groton contingent arrives, I feel rather as I used to do when I rode 
Renown. My horse is a little above me. Thirty years since Quentin was born, 
and I find myself the head of a new nursery! 

Even though Theodore Roosevelt was gone, admirers of the former president 
continued to seek out his home to pay their respects to his widow. King Albert 
of Belgium was one of the first; Mrs. Roosevelt received him in the north room. 
On the first anniversary of Theodore Roosevelt's death, a number of his friends 
made a "pilgrimage" to Oyster Bay to honor his memory. This became an annual 
event sponsored by the Roosevelt Memorial Association. After visiting the 
president's grave, the participants would go up to Sagamore Hill for a memorial 
program in the north room and lunch with Mrs. Roosevelt. For her it was an 
occasion that gave both pain and pleasure. 

I worked myself into a state of nerves about the Pilgrimage [Mrs. Roosevelt 
wrote in 1929]. Partly because it is an anniversary, partly from fatigue and a 
certain amount of physical pain. The house was dirty & disorderly & entirely 
lacking the quiet peace I try to give them. Then marvelously all smoothed down. 
Archie's children were sent to town. Kermit's were sent to your [Ted's] house. 
I did a noble turn of parlor maid's work & when the pilgrims arrived all was as 
it should be. ...We read the speech about Lincoln which Father read at Hodgen- 
ville, the article about Quentin "The White House Gang" which is even more 
about Father, that beautiful description of the mockingbird's song & Mr. 
Guiterman had written some touching verses. Then several of the company told 
their little tales. We were very happy together, and I was perfectly content. 

The last pilgrimage was held in May 1942, postponed from January at Mrs. 
Roosevelt's request because the north room was too cold. 



68 EKR to Corinne R Robinson, May 29, 1928, TR-HU. 

69 EKR to Ted, June 19, 1929, TR,Jr-LC, Box 4. 

70 EKR to Ted, January 9, 1929 (TR,Jr-LC, box 4). See also references 34 and 41, under 
Documentary References, North Room. 



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During the twenties and thirties Mrs. Roosevelt traveled a good deal and from 
1927 she also spent part of each summer at "Mortlake Manor," an old house she 
had bought and renovated in Brooklyn, Connecticut, once the home of her Tyler 
forebears. Furnishing this house gave ample room for her delight in "snooping" 
after antiques. 

Except for a flurry of plastering, papering, and painting upstairs and downstairs 
in April 1923, Sagamore Hill received little attention during the years after 
1919. As Mrs. Bertha Rose put it, Mrs. Roosevelt "did very little to the 
house. ...From the time he died until she died. ...the curtains fell down, she'd just 
send one of the maids down to the village to pick up some white material to put 
up a curtain." By the same token, she added or removed relatively few 
furnishings during these years. For this reason photographs taken in 1948, 
shortly after Mrs. Roosevelt's death, are probably fairly reliable indicators of 
how things were arranged, at least in the bedrooms, thirty years earlier. 

The most notable addition to Sagamore's furnishings after 1919 was the portrait 
of Theodore Roosevelt, by Philip de Laszlo, a 1922 gift from English friends, the 
Lees of Fareham, who had had it copied for her from the original in their 
possession. Mrs. Roosevelt hung the painting on the east landing of the north 
room, where she could see it from her favorite seat by the fireplace. ' 

"Such happy years we had," Edith Roosevelt wrote shortly after her husband's 
death, "and there cannot be many lonely ones left to me." As it turned out, 
she was wrong. It was to be almost thirty years before her own death, at the 
age of 87, on September 30, 1948. Of the five children, only Alice, Ethel, and 
Archie survived her; Quentin, Ted, and Kermit died in the service of their 
country in two world wars. 

After Mrs. Roosevelt's death, her personal property at Sagamore Hill was 
inventoried and appraised, and the personal property belonging to the estate of 
Theodore Roosevelt was re-appraised, using the original 1919 inventory (with 
items not actually seen in 1948 indicated by an asterisk). These inventories, 
plus a set of photographs of the principal rooms on the first and second floor 



71 See Sylvia Jukes Morris, Edith Kermit Roosevelt: Portrait of a First Lady (New York: 
Coward, McCann & Geoghegan, 1980), p. 441 ff. 

72 Bertha B. Rose, interviewed by Gary Roth, January 13, 1975. 

73 See Documentary References, North Room, reference 35. 

74 EKR to Kermit, April 28, 1919, TR-HU. 



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taken in 1948, provide a useful tool for the identification and placement of 
Sagamore Hill furnishings. 



The Roosevelt Memorial Association Years (1949-1963) 



The story of how the Roosevelt Memorial Association saved Sagamore Hill and 
how the Association restored and adapted the house for exhibition as a public 
shrine is well told in Gary Roth's unpublished thesis, "The Roosevelt Memorial 
Association and the Preservation of Sagamore Hill, 1919-1953," based on the 
Association's files and on interviews with several of the people most directly 
involved in the restoration and furnishing of the house. What happened 
during this process need be only briefly summarized here. 

In 1949 the Roosevelt Memorial Association bought the house. The work of 
restoring the principal rooms and adapting other spaces to facilitate visitor 
circulation went on from 1950 to 1952. The stored furnishings were returned 
to the house early in 1953, some to remain there on exhibit, others to be taken 
by family members. 

What happened [recalled Mrs. Derby in 1962] was that when the Theodore 
Roosevelt Association [then called the Roosevelt Memorial Association] took it 
over they wanted to have it as much as possible as it was, so we went around 
and put down things we would like, but we said if they want that they keep them 
and so a great many things they kept. 

A committee headed by Mrs. Bertha Bankard Rose, a family friend, undertook 
to refurnish Sagamore Hill so that it would more accurately show how the place 
looked when it was the "Summer White House." After studying the then-avail- 
able early photographs and family papers and talking with family members and 
friends who had known the house before 1919, the committee arranged the 
original furnishings, acquired substitutes for some pieces no longer extant, 
selected modern wallpapers and fabrics they felt were similar to those the 
Roosevelts might have had, and had reproductions made of gas light fixtures 
long since removed. In all of its work, the committee worked closely with Mrs. 
Ethel Roosevelt Derby and, to a lesser degree with Archibald Roosevelt and Mrs. 



75 Gary Roth, "The Roosevelt Memorial Association and the Preservation of Sagamore 
Hill, 1919-1953." Unpublished thesis, submitted to the Graduate Faculty of Wake 
Forest University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of 
Arts, May 1980. Mrs. Rose's own account of the restoration, 'The Sagamore Story," 
appeared in The Long Island Courant, October 1965. 

76 Ethel Roosevelt Derby, interviewed by William Ingersoll, 1962. 



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Alice Roosevelt Longworth. Their memories of Sagamore Hill were the principal 
source of information on those parts of the house that were not photographed 
in the early years, particularly the bedrooms, the kitchen wing, and the third 
floor. 

The collaborative effort, continuing into the mid-1960s, resulted in a nearly 
complete refurnishing of the house that captured the spirit and, particularly 
downstairs, pretty accurately reflected the details of Sagamore Hill's highly 
individual appearance in the first two decades of the 20th century. By gift or 
purchase from the family, the committee initially furnished almost all of the 
first floor and much of the second with furniture and accessories original to the 
house. In 1956 Alice's room and a generic boy's room were added, the former 
with its original furnishings donated and arranged by Mrs. Longworth. The 
third floor, originally developed for exhibits and storage, was not restored and 
refurnished until 1966-67, after the National Park Service had taken over 
administration of the site. 

Inevitably a good bit of guesswork was involved in furnishing the rooms that 
had escaped the camera's eye before 1919, which included almost everything 
above the first floor. Perhaps the most erroneous of the committee's decisions 
was to bring together in Mrs. Roosevelt's bedroom all of the massive Pabst 
chamber suite, in spite of evidence that the wardrobe had been in the nursery 
and that Mrs. Roosevelt had some of her own family pieces in her bedroom. In 
this case, the committee's decision made good sense visually, but it reflected an 
approach to decorating more pure than Mrs. Roosevelt's, as well as an uncharac- 
teristic disregard of physical and historical evidence. 

In another major departure from strict adherence to the evidence, the committee 
chose to place the de Laszlo portraits of Theodore and Edith Roosevelt where 
they could be seen to best advantage rather than where the Roosevelts had hung 
them. When asked how she justified moving these portraits from their original 
places, Mrs. Rose forthrightly told the site curator, Gary Roth, in 1975: 

You don't. You just say. ..those two pictures I always felt were the sort of poetic 
license that one takes when you open a house to 100,000 people a year instead 
of a family of eight. I have no other reason for it except that. I think it would 
be a very silly thing to have a de Laszlo, perfectly beautiful drawing of the 
President's wife in a place where you couldn't see it and the President's portrait 
also was in a place where you couldn't see it. 

The president's portrait, incidentally, is a copy presented to Mrs. Roosevelt in 
1922 and therefore is out of period in the house anyway, although Mrs. Rose 
may not have known this. 

Substantial alterations to the back hall and back stairs and the introduction of 
a new stairway from the second to the third floor — all in the interest of improved 
visitor convenience and safety — changed the look of Sagamore Hill's passages 



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and altered the size and shape of several rooms, particularly the pantry, Ted's 
room, and the one-time schoolroom. A supplemental heating system also 
introduced obtrusive radiators in several rooms not intended to be furnished, 
although they later were. 

In spite of these and a few other deliberate lapses from strict historical purism, 
taken in the interest of better safety or more effective interpretation, the 
furnishings installed by Mrs. Rose and her committee, with Mrs. Derby's 
blessing, have over the past 35 years very successfully conveyed to visitors a 
strong sense of how the Roosevelts lived during and after the presidential years. 

The grand opening of Sagamore Hill as a public shrine administered by the 
Roosevelt Memorial Association took place on June 14, 1953, graced by the 
presence of President Dwight D. Eisenhower. Besides the furnished rooms, 
visitors enjoyed four exhibit rooms on the third floor where they learned more 
about the President and Mrs. Roosevelt, Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., and Quentin 
Roosevelt. A small souvenir shop occupied what had been Alice's bedroom on 
the second floor, and the old laundry was turned into an office for the curator, 
Mrs. Jessica Kraft. 

In 1955 Mrs. Kraft persuaded Alice Roosevelt Longworth to send back to 
Sagamore Hill the furnishings she had used there before her 1906 marriage. 
These furnishings were installed in the bedroom Alice had occupied (southeast 
room) and, to interpret the boys' presence, the northeast room was also restored 
and furnished. Both rooms were opened to the public in 1956; the same year, 
the original back porch was enclosed to provide a staff kitchen. 



Sagamore Hill National Historic Site (1963-present) 



Although Sagamore Hill was an undoubted success as a shrine to Theodore 
Roosevelt's memory, maintaining it and operating it for the public benefit 
proved more costly than the Theodore Roosevelt Association, with few resources 
beyond what visitors paid to visit the house, could deal with. Reluctantly, they 
turned to the federal government for help. In January 1963, Congress and 
President John F. Kennedy approved the transfer of Sagamore Hill to the United 
States of America, for administration by the National Park Service as Sagamore 
Hill National Historic Site. Curator Jessica Kraft prepared a complete inven- 
tory of the contents at that time. 



77 Details of these changes will be found in the documentary references for each of the 
rooms mentioned. 



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The one major interior change made under National Park Service auspices was 
the restoration of the third floor in 1966. Based largely on interviews with 
Archie Roosevelt and Ethel Derby, the restoration involved both architectural 
restoration and the refurnishing of all the third floor rooms except the gun room. 
The plan called for furnishing four servants' rooms, a schoolroom, Ted's room, 
a trunk room, and a linen room. Most of the furnishings had to be purchased, 
the original furnishings having been disposed of in 1953 when the third floor 
was deemed non-historic. Principally responsible for the acquisition in 1966/67 
were Mrs. Bertha Rose and Elisha Dyer, former president of the Cooper Union. 

Since 1966 there have been relatively few changes in the way Sagamore Hill is 
furnished. Under Curators Peter Steele and Gary Roth in the late 1970s and 
early 1980s, much research was done, particularly through interviews with Mrs. 
Derby and Mrs. Longworth, Mrs. Rose, Mr. Dyer, and Mrs. Kraft, all of whom 
either remembered the house in its heyday or had helped put it back together 
between 1953 and 1966. The first fruit of this research was a rethinking of the 
drawing room, library, and dining room and careful reproduction of presidential 
period wallpapers and fabrics, as well as some rearrangement of furnishings. ' 

By special arrangement with the Roosevelt Memorial Association and later with 
the National Park Service, the gun room was the special preserve of the Boone 
and Crockett Club, the conservation organization of which Theodore Roosevelt 
was a founder and his son Archie an active member until his death in 1979. 
Under this arrangement, the room was usually on public view, but occasionally 
used by the club for its meetings. Roosevelt furnishings and books shared the 
space with furnishings and books contributed by club members. The club 
relinquished its use of the room for meetings about 1965, but many of its 
possessions have remained pending preparation of a formal furnishing plan to 
restore the room to its original appearance. 



78 See Robert K. Rheinish, "Furnishings Plan, Third Floor, Sagamore Hill" (1966). 
Purchases for the third floor in 1966/67 are documented in the Sagamore Hill research 
files, Theodore Roosevelt Association. 

79 Copies of these interviews are on deposit at SAHI. For permission to use those he 
taped in preparation of his thesis, I am indebted to Gary Roth, former curator, SAHI 
NHS. 



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EVIDENCE OF ROOM USE AND FURNISHINGS 



In the following pages, evidence on room use and furnishings is presented 
room-by-room from the first floor to the attic and cellar, providing for each room 
a summary of the use, physical changes, and general patterns of furnishings. 
Room numbering follows the system established in the Historic Structure 
Report (in progress). 

For supporting documentation on each room, see Illustrations, beginning on p. 
187 and Documentary/Photographic References, beginning on p. 96. 

For additional evidence on furnishings not associated with particular rooms, 
see the following appendixes: 

F — China, Glass, and Silver 

G — Linens and other Fabrics 

H — Toys, Games, and Sporting Equipment 

I — Pictures and Statuary 

J — Miscellaneous Furnishings 

M — Books 



General Comments on Sagamore Hill 



Before presenting the evidence about the individual rooms it is appropriate to 
quote what some family members and visitors have said about Sagamore Hill 
and its contents. 

Theodore Roosevelt. From a letter to the editor of Country Life in America, 
October 3, 1915: 

I had to live inside and not outside the house; and while I should have liked to 
"express" myself in both, as I had to choose I chose the former. 



1 Quoted in Francis Wilshin, "Historical Base Map Documentation; Historic Resource 
Study, Sagamore Hill National Historic Site, N.Y." (Denver, Colorado: Denver Service 
Center, October 1972), p. 24. 



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From his "Autobiography" (1913): 

At Sagamore Hill we love a great many things — birds and trees and books, and 
all things beautiful and horses and rifles and children and hard work and the 
joy of life. We have great fireplaces, and in them the logs roar and crackle during 
the long winter evenings. The big piazza is for the hot, still afternoons of 
summer. As in every house, there are things that appeal to the householder 
because of their associations, but which would not mean much to others. 
Naturally, any man who has been President, and filled other positions, accumu- 
lates such things, with scant regard to his own personal merits. Perhaps our 
most cherished possessions are a Remington bronze, "The Bronco-Buster" given 
me by my men when the regiment was mustered out, and a big Tiffany silver 
vase given to Mrs. Roosevelt by the enlisted men of the battleship LOUISIANA 
after we returned from a cruise on her to Panama.. ..There are various bronzes 
in the house: Saint-Gaudens' "Puritan," a token from my staff officers when I 
was governor; Proctor's cougar, the gift of the Tennis Cabinet — who also gave 
us a beautiful silver bowl. There is a horseman by Macmonnies, and a big bronze 
vase by Kemeys, an adaptation or development of the pottery vases of the 
southwestern Indians. Mixed with these are gifts from varied sources, ranging 
from a brazen Buddha sent me by the Dalai Lama and a wonderful psalter from 
the Emperor Menelik to a priceless ancient Samurai sword, coming from Japan 
in remembrance of the peace of Portsmouth, and a beautifully inlaid miniature 
suit of Japanese armor, given me by a favorite hero of mine, Admiral Togo, when 
he visited Sagamore Hill. There are things from European friends; a mosaic 
picture of Pope Leo XIII in his garden; a huge, very handsome edition of the 
"Nibelungenlied"; a striking miniature of John Hampden from Windsor Castle; 
a Viking cup; the state sword of a Uganda king; the gold box in which the 
"freedom of the city of London" was given me; a beautiful head of Abraham 
Lincoln given me by the French authorities after my speech at the Sorbonne; 
and many other things from sources as diverse as the Sultan of Turkey and the 
Dowager Empress of China. Then there are things from home friends; a 
polar-bear skin from Peary; a Sioux buffalo-robe with, on it, painted by some 
long-dead Sioux artist, the picture story of Custer's fight; a bronze portrait 
plaque of Joel Chandler Harris; the candlestick used in sealing the Treaty of 
Portsmouth, sent me by Captain Cameron Winslow; a shoe worn by Dan Patch 
when he paced a mile in 1:59, sent me by the owner. There is a picture of a bull 
moose by Carl Rungius, which seems to me as spirited an animal painting as I 
have ever seen. In the North Room with its tables and mantel-piece and desks 
and chests made of woods sent from the Philippines by army friends, or by other 
friends for other reasons; with its bison and wapiti heads; there are three 
paintings by Marcus Symonds— "Where Light and Shadow Meet," 'The Por- 
celain Towers," and "The Seats of the Mighty"; he is dead now, and he had scant 
recognition while he lived, yet surely he was a great imaginative artist, a 
wonderful coWist; and a man with a vision more wonderful still. There is a 
picture of the Grand Canyon; and one by a Scandinavian artist who could see 
the fierce picturesqueness of workaday Pittsburgh; and sketches of the White 
House by Sargent and by Hopkinson Smith. 

The books are everywhere. There are as many in the North Room and in the 
parlor — is drawing-room a more appropriate name than parlor? — as in the 
library; the gun-room at the top of the house, which incidentally has the loveliest 
view of all, contains more books than any of the other rooms; and they are 
particularly delightful books to browse among, just because they have not much 
relevance to one another, this being one of the reasons why they are relegated 



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to the present abode. But the books have overflowed into all the other rooms 
too. 2 

Theodore Roosevelt clearly was vitally interested in Sagamore's contents and 
in how they were arranged. "I sometimes wonder," Bertha Rose wrote to Ethel 
Derby in 1953, "how your Father would feel if he knew I was wandering through 
his home, rearranging and changing. Perhaps he does and approves," she 
concluded. One can be sure he would not have been indifferent. 

Edith Roosevelt. Although her correspondence contained frequent references 
to household matters, including furnishings, Mrs. Roosevelt was not given to 
making general statements about the house or about decorating. Only in her 
drawing room did she seem to make a real effort to redesign a room, and even 
there she did so without jettisoning the existing furniture. Her interest was 
more in making the best use of the things in hand than in achieving aesthetic 
effects. Redecorating at Sagamore, as in the Roosevelts' temporary homes in 
Washington and Albany, might mean hanging new wallpaper and pictures, but 
the old furniture just got rearranged more sensibly. 

[Edith] likes being the Governor's wife [Theodore Roosevelt wrote in 1899J, and 
likes getting pictures. ..to replace the unspeakable horrors which were the pride 
of her female predecessors in office.. .and she is also making changes [in the 
Governor's Mansion] which are distinctly diminishing the general resemblance 
of the lower floor of the house to.. .that kind of elegance which one sees in a swell 
Chicago hotel or in the board room of the directors of some big railway. 

"That kind of elegance" was certainly not to be found at Sagamore. The early 
photographs and 1919 inventory show that Edith Roosevelt had no qualms 
about breaking up a set of furniture when it suited her convenience. In the 
dining room, for instance, she kept the big Italian sideboard even after the 
matching table and chairs had been replaced by an American Empire set, while 
in her own bedroom she mixed periods with equal freedom. Usefulness, senti- 
ment, and economy outweighed aesthetics on her scale of values. 



Theodore Roosevelt, "Autobiography," in Works, Vol. XX. 

Bertha B. Rose to Ethel R. Derby (June 1, 1953), quoted in Gary G. Roth, 'The 
Roosevelt Memorial Association and the Preservation of Sagamore Hill, 1919-1953" 
(Master's thesis, Wake Forest University, May 1980), p. 141. 

TR to Cecil Spring Rice, February 14, 1899, and to Winthrop Chanler, March 23, 1899, 
quoted in Elting E. Morison and John Blum, eds., The Letters of Theodore Roosevelt, 8 
vols. (Harvard University Press, 1951-54), pp. 944, 970. 



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Theodore Roosevelt, Jr. Of all the Roosevelt children, Ted most clearly 
expressed what Sagamore Hill had meant to its younger occupants. In his 
autobiographical All in the Family he wrote, in the late 1920s: 

To understand a family it is necessary to know what their house is like, for the 
home where a family grows up is always a part of the background of life for every 
child. The beauty of the house makes surprisingly little difference to the 
children. It is what happens there that counts. 

It was a distinct shock to me one day not long ago when someone called our old 
home, Sagamore, ugly. On sober thoughts I suppose it is. I do not know what 
you would call the architecture — perhaps a bastard Queen Anne. What if it is? 
It is still Sagamore. 

The house has that air of having been lived in which is the requisite of every 
home. It never was and never will be entirely in repair. There are always boards 
missing in the lattice under the piazza and there is many a place where a lick 
of paint would not come amiss. What is more, we would not wish it to be groomed 
like a war-profiteer's mansion just delivered from the hands of an interior 
decorator — a "do what you think best and damn the expense" type of house. 

Though the exterior of the house may be ugly, no one could call it ugly within. 
Sagamore is the offspring of the years as surely as is a reef of coral. Wings and 
rooms, pictures and furniture, have been built or bought "the year your brother 
Quentin was born," or "when your Father came back from Africa." Each tells a 
story in the same fashion as the rings in the trunk of a great tree. Here is a 
footstool "from your great-grandfather's house on 14th Street." There is a 
rosewood desk that "belonged to your great-aunt Kermit." 



Upstairs around a dark hall hung with family portraits are the bedrooms. They 
are comfortable, but any decorator would be horrified by them. From the 
threadbare Brussels carpets to the steel engravings in the best mid-Victorian 
manner, their furniture is polyglot. 



Then there are the books. No house in our family would be complete without 
them. They overflow every room. They are piled on the tables. They multiply 
with the fearful rapidity of guinea pigs. 



Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., All in the Family (New York: G.P. Putman & Sons, 1929), pp. 
5, 6, 10, and 17. 



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Ethel Roosevelt Derby. 

Somebody asked me the other day...: "How did you children live with all those 
lovely and interesting things about?" and I said: "Well, we never thought about 
them." They said: "Well, did it bother your father if you moved a chair and it 
hit a head," and I said: "No, the poor heads. It hurt us sometimes." But nobody 
cared if claws fell out and a tooth was knocked out. That was part of the 
background of life and it had no more importance than a background properly 
should.... 

Archibald B. Roosevelt. From the White House, President Roosevelt wrote 
to Kermit in May 1904: 

Yesterday Mother leaned out of her windows and heard Archie, swinging under 
a magnolia tree, singing away to himself, "I'm going to Sagamore, to Sagamore, 
to Sagamore. I'm going to Sagamore, oh, to Sagamore!" 

Visitors. Archie Butt, 1908: 

The greatest surprise to me so far has been the utmost simplicity of the home 
life at Sagamore Hill. I am constantly asking myself if this can really be the 
home of the President of the United States, and how is it possible for him to 
enforce such simplicity in his environment. It might be the home of a well-to-do 
farmer with literary tastes or the house of some college professor.... 

Count Kentaro Kaneko, 1905: 

...After I had retired, and the night wind came in from the bay, and I pulled up 
the blanket thrown casually upon the footboard by the Chief Executive of the 
United States, I kept thinking of his wife, knitting beside the coal oil lamp, the 
closing up of the house, the candles by which we found our way to bed and — 
freedom. This, said I, is the ideal state toward which all mankind should strive, 
and that government should make possible in this life. 



6 Ethel Roosevelt Derby, interviewed by William Ingersoll, 1962, p. 3. 

7 TR to Kermit, May 28, 1904, quoted in Joseph Bucklin Bishop, ed., Theodore 
Roosevelt's Letters to His Children (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, c.1919, 1947), 
p. 97. 

8 Archie Butt to his mother, July 24, 1908, quoted in Archibald W. Butt, Letters of Archie 
Butt (New York: Doubleday, 1924), p. 62. 

9 "Bob Davis' Reveals; Two Harvard Graduates in Session at Sagamore Hill," Roosevelt 
House Bulletin, VI, 4, Fall 1945, p. 5. 



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PIAZZA 



The piazza, as the Roosevelts almost always called Lamb and Rich's "porch," 
wrapped around the west end of the house providing ample space for a large 
family to rock and talk, look at sunsets and at ships passing up and down Long 
Island Sound, read, play games, or just doze in the hammock on hot summer 
days. Alice particularly remembered how her father's vigorous rocking would 
sometimes bring him perilously close to the open edge of the piazza. For the 
younger children, there was additional play space under the piazza. 

The piazza also figured prominently in the publicity attendant on Theodore 
Roosevelt's burgeoning political career, for it made a "bully pulpit" from which 
Theodore Roosevelt could speak to gatherings and pose for photographs on 
holidays or other public occasions. The piazza was also an ideal stage for 
ceremonial occasions such as his official notifications of nomination for vice 
president in 1900 and for president in 1904. 

After the president's retirement in 1909, Sagamore Hill still attracted groups 
seeking Roosevelt's support, like the fledgling Boy Scouts of America. Two 
troops of scouts put on a military drill there in 1916, with Colonel Roosevelt 
reviewing from the piazza. In April 1913, some of the many guests at Ethel and 
Dick Derby's wedding luncheon sat at tables on the broad piazza. 

Physical Evidence. Originally the piazza extended from the front door all the 
way around the parlor to the dining room with doors opening into the front hall 
at each end, French doors leading to the parlor and the dining room, and wide 
steps descending to ground level at the front and back and on the west side. It 
was a wide porch, nine feet with a much wider bay on the west side. In summer, 
additional shade was provided by striped awnings. 

When the north room was added in 1905, the northeast section of the piazza 
was enclosed to extend the hall up to the north room. New steps were con- 
structed to give access to the lawn. At the same time or shortly after, the steps 
on the west side of the piazza were removed along with sections of porch railing, 
creating a platform-like effect undoubtedly inspired by the piazza's political 
function. In 1960 the Theodore Roosevelt Association restored the steps and 
railing for the safety of visitors. These have since been removed by the National 
Park Service. 

Furnishings. Throughout the historic period, the piazza was liberally fur- 
nished with heavy, rush-seated, porch rockers and an assortment of "straw" or 
wicker chaise lounges (1880s), a couple of wooden benches (with backs), a few 
wood or wicker occasional tables, and a hammock. Baby carriages appear in 
1917/18 photographs and presumably would have been seen in the 1880s and 



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1890s as well, when Theodore and Edith Roosevelt's children were infants. 
There is no indication of matting on the piazza floor; a cougar skin appears in 
one 1905 view. 

Documentation. Figures 1-5, pp. 188-195. For documentary and pictorial 
references to the piazza, see pp. 96-98. 



HALL (Rooms 101 and 109) 



Generally referred to by the family simply as the hall, occasionally front hall or 
main hall, this area was designed to serve both as a sitting room and an entrance 
hall and passageway to the first floor rooms and main staircase. The sitting 
room function, shared with the library, was eliminated with the opening of the 
north room. As Earle Looker commented in Colonel Roosevelt, Private Citizen 
(p. 32), "The dark entrance hall of Sagamore Hill" was "not arranged for comfort" 
and seemed to inexorably draw a visitor to one of the several rooms that opened 
from it. Beside the main staircase the back hall led off to the service wing of 
the house. Under the stairs was a utility closet, and in the back hall was the 
dumbwaiter (for firewood) and the back stairs to the second floor. 

Physical Evidence. Originally, the north end of the hall opened onto the 
piazza just north of the drawing room door. When the north room was built in 
1905, the hall was extended to connect with the new room. Doors to the right 
and left in the new section of the hall led to the dining room and the piazza, 
respectively. In Mrs. Roosevelt's later years the entrance to the north room was 
filled with a paneled partition and door; portieres, dating from much earlier, 
also helped keep the main house warmer in the cold weather. 

In the original hall, surviving evidence shows that the walls above the oak 
paneling were plastered and painted dark red. This plaster was badly cracked 
by 1904 (fig. 7), but it was not until 1909 that it was papered "so Father can no 
longer make his little jokes about the crumbling plaster," as Mrs. Roosevelt 
wrote. This paper, according to architect Frank Matero, matched the extant 
paper on the interior gable ends of the north room and was not removed until 
the early 1950s; small fragments have survived. This paper also returned up 
the staircase wall as a dado strip above the paneled wainscoting (Matero). A 
reproduction of this paper was installed in the hall in 1980. Matero noted that 
the arch beam over the staircase was "gilded" with bronzing powders in the same 
manner as the dining room alcove arch and library brackets and shelf. This was 
later grained to look like oak, probably in 1905 or 1909 when other work was 
done in the hall. 



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Matero reports that a label for John J. Abberley, "Dec & Paper Hanger," No. 
225 E. 21st Street, New York, was found on a piece of crating used behind the 
hall wainscoting as a slab supporting a disconnected gas pipe. The slab 
presumably was placed here in 1918 when electricity replaced gas at Sagamore 
Hill; the label may relate to wallpaper purchased before that date. 

The original stained glass in the front door was replaced with translucent glass 
before 1904 (Matero). 

In 1905 Mrs. Roosevelt insisted on having the oak woodwork in the "vestibule" 
finished with orange shellac rather than wax, and Matero found this finish still 
in place in the hall. The wainscoting in the 1905 addition is black walnut, 
matching the north room rather than the rest of the hall. 

Furnishings. The 1904 photographs show the west side of the hall. The only 
seats visible are a cushioned, straight-backed settee and one low-backed 
armchair, which suggests that by this date the sitting room function had already 
been pretty much abandoned. The animal heads in 1904 were of American 
origin; in the 1918 photograph all the visible trophies were from Africa including 
the elephant's tusk chimes and elephant's foot gong. Oriental rugs were on the 
floor in both years, as well as in 1948. By 1948 most of the clutter was gone, 
though several objects were still there from as far back as 1904. 

Documentation. Figures 7-15, pp. 198-208. For documentary and pictorial 
references to the hall, see pp. 98-101. 



LIBRARY (Room 110) 



The room immediately to the right of the front door was identified as the 
"Library" on the original house plan and was so called by the family throughout 
Theodore Roosevelt's lifetime and after, although outsiders sometimes referred 
to it as Roosevelt's study. In the early years the library seems to have been a 
family room, where parents and children could relax together, read, and play 
games. Hagedorn's description of the scene in the library on election night in 
1898 is perhaps typical. 

I A reporter found the Colonel and his daughter Alice] reading by the light of a 
tall oil lamp with a pleated-silk shade on a table near the fire, and Edith doing 
"fancy work" beside another table and a second lamp with a shade of fluted glass 
(The Roosevelt Family of Sagamore Hill, p. 75). 

When Theodore Roosevelt needed to get away for some serious writing, he had 
the gun room to retire to or, in 1898-1901, his big dressing room in the southwest 
bedroom on the second floor. 



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The family's access to the library, by day at least, suffered after Roosevelt 
became, in quick succession, governor, vice president, and president. As his 
correspondence grew and official visitors began to come to Sagamore Hill, the 
library became, in effect, Roosevelt's office whenever he was in residence. Here 
he read his incoming correspondence, dictated replies to a stenographer, gave 
the day's instructions to his confidential secretary William Loeb (whose office 
during the presidential vacations was in the village of Oyster Bay), and con- 
ferred with visitors. The change was reflected in a Saturday Evening Post 
article (October 11, 1902), which mentioned that the library "this summer has 
been cabinet room, reception room and office." "The library is so much used as 
an office now," Edith told her sister in 1903, "that I hate to put anything new 
and fresh in it," and a year later the president admonished ten-year-old Archie, 
"I hope you are very good... and don't play in the library!" The disruption of the 
old family room undoubtedly played a part in the decision to build the north 
room in 1905, although the library was still used to some extent as a sitting 
room in the evening, especially in cold weather when it was easier to heat than 
the cavernous north room. 

The president's working day, while "resting" at Sagamore Hill was thus 
described in Broadway Magazine, September 1907: 

Back from his morning constitutional, at ten-thirty, he dictates his private 
correspondence, and sharply on the stroke of eleven Secretary Loeb makes his 
appearance.. ..From one to three assistants are with him. The official mail is 
carried in big leather pouches. Two hours of the fastest sort of work goes on 
then, and Secretary Loeb and his assistants do not look any too fresh when they 
resume their seats in the white [Secret ServiceJ automobile and are taken back 
to the Executive offices in the village.. ..At one in the afternoon the President is 
ready to receive [his visitors]. Usually, however, they have already been 
received by Mrs. Roosevelt. 

After Roosevelt left the presidency, he still used the library as his office, but less 
intensively, and it once again became a family sitting room, especially on cold 
days. "Library only comfortable sitting room," Edith noted in her diary, 
February 12, 1917. "We keep the logs blazing in the library and find it cozy and 
comfortable," wrote Theodore the following February. 

During his last illness, Theodore Roosevelt spent his days on the sofa in the 
library among his beloved books. It was in the library that Edith Roosevelt 
"kept vigil" with Dr. Faller the night her husband died. Seven years later she 
told Kermit, "Still I find father" in the Sagamore library. 

Physical Evidence. Frank Matero's architectural investigation showed that 
the room was constructed as originally planned. The first major change was 
the enlargement of the central window of the south bay, before 1901, by 
substituting a large pane of beveled glass in place of the wooden panels in the 
lower sash frame. 



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[From 1885 to 1909 the walls were covered with a] tapestry pattern field paper 
and rinceaux frieze, separated (on all but the fireplace wall) by a broad picture 
molding.... Above the frieze was a series of plaster moldings (similar in profile 
to the inglenook lintel) terminating in a plaster cove and ovolo cornice molding 
on the ceiling. Seams observed on the ceiling in a 1904 photograph indicate that 
white or light-colored ceiling papers were in use at that time (Matero, draft 
HSR). 

During the summer of 1909, while everybody was away, Mrs. Roosevelt had the 
library repapered with a bold art nouveau pattern field paper without frieze and 
a light-colored ceiling paper with an "oatmeal'' type of finish. A new picture 
molding and simplified cornice moldings were also installed at this time. 

The room was again repapered between 1918 and 1948, probably in 1923 when 
the drawing room and dining room were done over. The new paper was rather 
lighter in tone, of a damask-like pattern. 

When the house was renovated in 1953, the original 1885 picture molding and 
cornice moldings were restored and the room was again repapered (over the 
1923 paper), with a frieze. 

Samples of the two early wallpapers were uncovered during Matero's investiga- 
tion, and in 1981 reproductions of the earliest field paper and frieze were 
installed. 

The plaster lintel and console brackets of the inglenook were originally, accord- 
ing to Matero, "finished with a green ground and 'gilded' with translucent 
powders," as in the dining room alcove. Later, they were grained over and 
shellacked. The brick and terra cotta tile fireplace surround was originally 
unpainted with red-pigmented mortar in the pointing; later, the whole surround 
was painted with a blue-green ground, and the tiles were highlighted "with the 
same bronzing powders found on the lintel above." Since the change can not be 
dated, the later finish has been retained. 

Furnishings. With its most prominent features built-in — the bookcases on the 
north and west walls and inglenook benches on the east wall — this room 
changed little in general appearance through the years 1885-1948. The desk 
seems to have been a constant feature, set at a right angle to the bay window 
facing the west wall on which hung, after 1909, de Laszlo's sketch portrait of 
Edith Roosevelt. There were always at least half a dozen chairs in the room, 
an eclectic mixture of upholstered easy chairs and wooden rockers, with a sofa 
in the southeast corner and two or three small tables with reading lamps. On 
the floor were several small Oriental rugs over which were spread two or three 
animal trophy rugs, including a zebra skin after the African trip. 

It was on the tops of the bookcases and mantel and on the walls that Theodore 
Roosevelt's restless taste was most clearly evident. On the mantel only the 



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"Ting-Tang" clock seems to have been immovable; to its right and left, each 
photograph taken between 1901 and 1918 shows a different grouping of pictures 
and objects of artistic or sentimental interest. The same is true of the north and 
west walls where the tops of bookcases held a changing array of bronze 
statuettes of men and animals, while the walls above were crowded with 
portraits and prints. Even the mounted animal heads over the fireplace and 
the hall door changed after Theodore Roosevelt's African hunting trip in 
1909/10. From first to last, however, the imposing Huntington portrait of the 
president's father looked down on the room from the center of the north wall. 

It was a room rich in family and historical associations, furnished with an eye 
to comfort rather than style, and vividly illustrating the wide interests and 
restless energy of Theodore Roosevelt. 

Documentation. Figures 16-30, pp. 210-233. For documentary and pictorial 
references to the library, see pp. 101-109. 



DRAWING ROOM (Room 102) 



The one room in Sagamore Hill that was clearly Mrs. Roosevelt's, both in 
function and in appearance, was the drawing room, or parlor, as it was originally 
called. The earliest known use of the term "drawing room," other than an 1898 
newspaper reference, seems to be in a letter from Edith to her sister, May 19, 
1901, when the room was being "done over." As late as 1906 Edith was still 
using both names in family letters. Although her husband at least once in a 
letter referred to "Edith's drawing room," the term seemed to bother him a little. 
After mentioning the parlor in his autobiography (1913), he added, parentheti- 
cally: " — is drawing-room a more appropriate name than parlor?" However, 
since the "parlor" became the "drawing room" during the presidential years, 
there is no need to revive the original name. 

Whatever it was called, the room was the feminine equivalent of Theodore's 
library and gun room, the place where Edith had her desk and her books, and 
where she entertained her personal friends. Although she briefly enjoyed the 
luxury of a "morning room" upstairs, that had become a part of the nursery by 
1893. Thereafter the parlor was her only sanctum other than the bedroom she 
retired to when feeling unwell or when she simply wished to be "not at home" 
to unwelcome visitors. 

Edith Roosevelt spent many hours at the desk she had inherited from her Aunt 
Kermit, writing letters to family and friends and managing the paperwork that 
an establishment like Sagamore required. In the afternoon she might have 
friends or family in for tea; sometimes, when they were small, the children took 



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tea with their mother. Although Mr. Roosevelt probably took part in some of 
these social events, there is no record of his doing so except on special occasions, 
like Archie's christening in 1894, the present-opening after breakfast on 
Christmas Day, and the egg-hunt on Easter morning, the few times these events 
took place at Sagamore between 1890 and 1905. From 1905 the north room was 
the more usual place for family get-togethers. However, on Ethel's wedding day 
in 1913, Edith and Theodore took lunch in the drawing room with a few close 
friends, away from the crush in the other rooms. 

Mrs. Roosevelt's use of the drawing room as her private sitting room continued 
without change in the years after her husband's death. 

Physical Evidence. Built essentially as planned, the room has changed little 
over the years. A stamped tin ceiling, installed in 1901, was removed sometime 
before 1948; a similar one was put up in the 1952-53 restoration. Architectural 
investigation in 1981 disclosed a large surviving piece of the original wallpaper 
behind the bookcase on the west wall; it was a light blue, with tan and gold; the 
woodwork at the same time was cream colored. Documentary references speak 
of kalsomining the ceiling in 1893; painting the new tin ceiling "pale gray" and 
the walls "blue gray" in 1901; hanging "a nice light paper" and repainting the 
wood trim in 1906; and papering and painting again in 1923. A few of these 
changes are reflected in photographs (figs. 31-35). 

Furnishings. Photographs document very nicely the north, west, and center 
portions of the room in 1898 and the north, east, and center in 1904. Despite 
the 1901 redecoration, there was not a wholesale replacement of furniture, 
although Mrs. Roosevelt said that she had taken out a lot of pictures and 
bric-a-brac. Perhaps the most noticeable change was the removal of a room-size 
gray and pink rug; in its place appeared a small Chinese-style rug by the 
fireplace, the rest of the floor being left bare except for a few animal skins. Mrs. 
Roosevelt's letter of June 1, 1901 (ref. 14, p. 109), details other changes and 
provides good information on colors (predominantly blue with red and black 
accents). An upright piano visible in the 1904 pictures was moved into the north 
room in 1905 or soon after. 

The 1919 inventory of Theodore Roosevelt's estate indicates that some of the 
things in his wife's drawing room came from his side of the family, including 
the upholstered sofas and chairs, the French carpet "in the Chinese style," a 
secretary-desk, and a few ornaments. The bulk of the furnishings, however, 
were Edith's and were listed in her 1948 estate inventory. In 1948 the room 
contained over 500 books, mainly English and French literature, owned by Mrs. 
Roosevelt and about 85 others that had belonged to her husband. The large rug 
in the room in 1948 had been purchased by Mrs. Roosevelt from a local estate. 

When the room was restored in 1953, with blue paint and a tin ceiling, the 
upholstered furniture was recovered with a fabric somewhat similar to a piece 



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of the original fabric found in the attic (no longer extant). The missing bracket 
lamps were replaced with ones adapted from a period gas chandelier. Over the 
bookcase on the west wall was hung the de Laszlo portrait of Mrs. Roosevelt, 
formerly on the wall of the library facing the ex-president's desk. Since the 
portrait could not be seen by visitors in its original location, it was felt that it 
would be sensible to place it where it could be seen and where it would emphasize 
the fact that the drawing room was distinctively Mrs. Roosevelt's room. 

On the basis of additional research, the room was redone in 1980 to more closely 
reproduce its 1904 appearance. This involved particularly new curtains and 
upholstery fabrics and some rearrangement of furniture. 

Documentation. Figures 31-38, pp. 234-245. For documentary and pictorial 
references to the drawing room, see pp. 109-113. 



NORTH ROOM (Room 103) 



Probably no room in Sagamore Hill has been more frequently and fully described 
than "what the family called the North Room and visitors would forever insist 
on calling the Trophy Room," as Hermann Hagedorn wrote in The Roosevelt 
Family of Sagamore Hill. Built in 1905, in the space of about three months, the 
north room was designed by the Roosevelts' close friend Grant LaFarge in an 
eclectic style, combining classical columns with an almost medieval angle- 
vaulted ceiling and massive fireplace. Its rich Philippine camagon woodwork 
and high ceiling provided an impressive setting for some of Roosevelt's biggest 
hunting trophies. The dramatic entrance, a platform four steps higher than the 
sunken floor, enhanced the baronial hall aspect of the room and made it a 
natural setting for the reception of visitors. And in spite of its inherently 
dramatic design, the north room quickly became a favorite family room, where 
the parents and their now grown and half-grown children could read, play the 
piano or the victrola, or just sit and talk by the fire. As Edith commented to her 
sister Emily soon after the room was completed, "it opens out the whole house 
in a curious way." To celebrate its completion in June 1905, the children and 
their friends and cousins were allowed to have a fancy dress party in the new 
room, the beginning of a tradition that continued for several years. 

One of the first of a long line of distinguished visitors received in the north room 
was Baron Komura, senior Japanese representative in the talks arranged by 
President Roosevelt, which brought to an end the Russo-Japanese War. Baron 
Komura left behind, as a memento of his visit, an ancient samurai sword, a gift 
from the Emperor of Japan. The sword still graces the room, as do many other 
exotic objects given to or collected by President and Mrs. Roosevelt during and 
after his presidency. These, as well as the animal heads, horns, tusks, and skins, 



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made it inevitable that visitors would think of this as Roosevelt's "trophy room," 
for as president and as ex-president he delighted in showing visitors of all ages 
and nations these souvenirs of travel, diplomacy, and the hunt. 

The north room is associated also with a number of important family occasions, 
particularly Ethel's wedding in 1913 to Dr. Richard Derby. For the wedding 
luncheon the north room, the dining room, and piazza were filled with guests. 
After 1909, the family Christmas tree was set up in this room, and it was here 
that the young Roosevelt children were often read to by their mother as they 
lay on the lion skin in front of the fire. On January 8, 1919, Edith Roosevelt 
read prayers in the north room beside her husband's coffin, before it was taken 
to the church in Oyster Bay and its final resting place in Young's Cemetery. 

Mrs. Roosevelt continued to use the north room as a sitting room and as a 
reception room for notable visitors like King Albert of Belgium (1919) and for 
groups of Boy Scouts, college students, and others who came to pay their respects 
to the widow of President Roosevelt and to gaze at the room, which so impres- 
sively reflected his achievements and his interests. From 1920 until the early 
1940s the anniversary of Theodore Roosevelt's death was commemorated in 
early January by a "pilgrimage" to his grave, followed by a memorial meeting 
in the north room and lunch in the dining room at Sagamore Hill. The meeting 
had to be held in the library in 1941, the north room being more than usually 
cold because its furnace had broken down the night before, and in 1942 the last 
pilgrimage was held in May at Mrs. Roosevelt's request. 

Physical Evidence. Although there has been no formal architectural inves- 
tigation of the north room, some information was recorded when the room was 
thoroughly cleaned in 1986. There seem to have been no significant changes 
since 1905; even the original simulated-leather wallpaper is still in place, 
though badly worn in some areas. 

Furnishings. There is a wealth of contemporary information on the furnish- 
ings of the north room: photographs taken in 1905, about 1909, 1914, 1918, and 
1948; detailed inventories in 1919 and 1948; a few pre- 19 19 references in letters; 
and much oral history material. In the references cited below the emphasis is 
on documenting how the room was used and its general appearance. Informa- 
tion on individual furnishings will be found in the Furnishing Plan: North 
Room, vol 2, pp. 44-62. 

Documentation. Figures 39-53, pp. 246-269. For documentary and pictorial 
references to the drawing room, see pp. 113-121. 



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DINING ROOM (Room 104) 



In the life of Sagamore Hill, probably no room was more central than the dining 
room, where all the family and whatever guests might be on hand sat down 
together three times a day to eat and talk. Both the food they ate and the 
character of the conversation are amply documented in the letters and reminis- 
cences of the Roosevelt children and of assorted visitors during the years when 
Sagamore was the Summer White House. Tempting though it is to include 
everything they wrote about food and table talk, in the references cited only 
such statements are quoted that illuminate the use and furnishing of the room. 
Perhaps a separate study will some day bring together what has been recorded 
of the table talk of Theodore Roosevelt. 

The Roosevelts' normal summer routine during and after the presidential years 
was to have breakfast at 8:00, lunch at 1:00 or 1:30, and dinner at 8:00, all in 
the dining room. At breakfast the whole family and its guests ate together; at 
lunch and dinner the children would also be present unless there were too many 
guests or the president had official business to transact during the meal. Small 
children, of course, took their meals upstairs in the nursery until they were old 
enough to behave acceptably at the table. In Washington, when the children 
were small, there was a separate table for them in the dining room; this 
arrangement may have prevailed at Sagamore, too, in the 1890s, but by 1902 
all the children were old enough to sit at the family table, the youngest next to 
their mother at one end, the oldest next to their father at the other. "This, of 
course, places a premium on that seat," wrote Ted in later years, adding, "Father 
said, however, that it was carrying this too far when he heard Mother remark, 
'No, Archie, you have been bad, you cannot sit by me. You are to be punished. 
You must sit by your Father.'" 

Indoors, as well as outdoors, Theodore Roosevelt was sometimes inclined to get 
carried away in his efforts to entertain the children. One such incident, 
involving a football and some spilt milk, has already been described (p. 9). This 
took place in a rented house in Washington, D.C., in the early 1890s, but the 
same scene could easily have been enacted at Sagamore. 

Normally, of course, the games played in the dining room were conversational 
and in these, as in all else, Roosevelt was an avid participant and usually the 
leader, although children and guests were encouraged to join in. Mrs, Roosevelt 
played umpire, occasionally restraining her husband's more ebullient outbursts 
and steering the talk away from obvious dangers. 

From the time Theodore Roosevelt ran for governor of New York in 1898 until 
the last year of his life, but especially during the summers of his presidency, 
Sagamore Hill saw a constant flow of visitors — friends, public officials, foreign 



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dignitaries. Relatively few stayed overnight but many were invited to take 
lunch or dinner there, often on the spur of the moment, which put quite a strain 
on the lady of the house and her kitchen/dining room staff. "I left O.B. 
Thursday," Mrs. Roosevelt wrote to her sister on October 7, 1899, "having 
ordered lunch for nine to be ready on Sunday and by the time I got back my 
lunch had grown to twenty two," including the Governor-General of Canada and 
his wife and Sir Thomas Lipton of tea and yachting fame. Fifteen years later, 
it was much the same: 

Today he told me [Edith wrote to Kermit, May 24, 1914] we should be thirteen 
at lunch, then twelve, then we came home and found we should be but eight. I 
was still doubtful and had but two seats removed from the table making ten. 
Before lunch was half over four people arrived so the two seats had to be put 
back. You can believe that I need servants of a placid temperament to deal with 
such contingencies. 

The dining room naturally was a focal point for special family occasions such as 
birthdays (presents at breakfast, cake and candles at lunch), Christmas (turkey 
and roast suckling pig), a wedding reception (Ethel and Richard Derby, April 
1913), and annual Fourth of July celebrations. It also was stretched to accom- 
modate for light refreshments, buffet style, such groups as the American 
Olympic athletes (August 31, 1908), weekly batches of 20 enlisted men from 
Camp Mills (August-September 1918), and the participants in the annual 
"pilgrimage" to Theodore Roosevelt's grave and Sagamore Hill (1920-1942). 

Physical Evidence. The dining room was apparently built as planned in 1884, 
with French doors in the northwest corner opening onto the piazza. When the 
north room was built and the main hall extended in 1905, these exterior doors 
were replaced by glazed interior doors and the stained glass transom fitted with 
paneling to match that over the original sliding hall door in the southwest 
corner. The pantry door was converted to a two-way swinging door about the 
same time. 

The woodwork was stained and shellacked. The arch and brackets in the alcove 
on the south wall were originally "polychromed with red and green grounds and 
'gilded' with bronzing powders" (Matero). They were later grained to simulate 
the other woodwork in the room. 

The original wallpaper (fragments survived under the picture molding) was 
embossed in imitation of leather, predominantly red and gold, probably much 
like the paper installed 20 years later in the north room. The ceiling paper 
(samples of three have been found) appears to have been plain and light in color. 



10 EKR to Kermit, May 24, 1914;KR-LC. 



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These papers were still in place as late as 1914, judging from photographs taken 
in 1904 and 1914, and perhaps until April 1923, when Mrs. Roosevelt had the 
room re-papered. The paper in place in 1948, probably dating from 1923, was 
removed during the 1950s restoration and replaced with a green-on-white paper 
considerably lighter than the original red-and-gold leather paper. 

Furnishings. There are numerous references in Mrs. Roosevelt's letters to 
china, glass, silver, and linens for use in her dining room, especially during the 
1890s, but few references to other furnishings. She wrote in 1894 of having "the 
dining room sofa covered" and in 1896 suggested to her sister that she paint 
tapestry covers for "some chairs from Florence that were never made up," one 
of which seems to appear in an 1898 photograph of the dining room. In 1901 
she moved the "high nursery fender" into the dining room "so I can keep the fire 
there constantly without fearing for Rose's skirts," referring to the waitress, 
Rose McKenna. 

Photographs taken in 1904 show that the Renaissance table and chairs Edith 
and Theodore had bought in Florence on their honeymoon in 1887 were no longer 
in use, having given place to a very plain American Empire style mahogany 
table and chairs from the Kermit family. At the same time a gray rug, plain 
except for pink roses around the edges, replaced a rug with an all-over floral 
design. A year or so later two animal heads — antelope and deer — were moved 
to the new north room, leaving only the heads of a Rocky Mountain ram, a bull 
elk or wapiti, and an American bison bull to remind dinner guests of their host's 
prowess as a hunter. 

By the time of Mr. Roosevelt's death the Italian sideboard was gone, replaced 
by a 19th century American piece that came nowhere near filling the alcove. 
The old rug was gone too, and the gas bracket lamps had been replaced by 
electric ones. 

After the house was refurbished in 1952-53, Mrs. Derby donated to the Roosevelt 
Memorial Association the set of Italian furniture, which had been given to her 
on her marriage in 1913, and she took for her own use the American Empire 
furniture, which had been used in the dining room since early in her father's 
presidency. Unfortunately the Italian dining table came back without its extra 
leaves and can neither be extended to seat more than about eight people nor be 
shown uncovered, because of a makeshift centerboard. Not knowing that the 
original wallpaper was red-and-gold imitation leather, the Association selected 
a similarly-patterned green paper along with green velvet draperies and an 
Oriental rug chosen to harmonize with the paper, furniture, and original 
Japanese screen. 

Since 1980 the original wallpaper has been reproduced and hung, bringing the 
room much closer to its appearance during Theodore Roosevelt's lifetime. 



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Documentation. Figures 54-59, pp. 270-279. For documentary and pictorial 
references to the dining room, see pp. 121-127. 



PANTRY (Room 105) 



The pantry had two principal functions: meal service and storage. Here the 
waitress or, in the presidential years, the butler received the cook's productions 
through a service hatch from the kitchen, prepared them for delivery to the 
dining room in appropriate serving dishes, and washed the tableware after each 
meal. The dishes and glassware used in the dining room were stored here in 
the large cabinet on the west wall. Food that did not require refrigeration was 
kept here in a cupboard next to the kitchen door; perishable food was kept in 
the "refrigerator room" on the back porch. The sugar barrel was also stored in 
the pantry. Silver, jewelry, and other household valuables were kept in an iron 
safe opposite the china cabinet. 

The pantry was off-limits to all but the waitress or butler and was to be kept 
locked when not in use, in order to keep children and servants from helping 
themselves to food stored there. Ted Roosevelt's memoirs testify to the oc- 
casional failure of the system. 

When Sagamore Hill first became the Summer White House in 1902, a 
telephone there became a national necessity. A wall telephone was accordingly 
installed in the pantry, prompting eight-year-old Archie to complain that it 
made "the place looke afwel [sic]." Normally the butler answered the phone, 
buzzing the president in the library, if it was for him, so that he could take the 
call on his desk telephone. The rest of the household apparently took their calls 
standing up in the pantry. When the butler was not on duty, the president 
sometimes answered the phone himself in the library and then went off to 
deliver the message to whomever it concerned, including the maids. After 
leaving office Mr. Roosevelt tried to get rid of the telephone, regarding it as 
something of a nuisance, but the urgings of his teen-aged children prevailed and 
the telephone stayed on the pantry wall. 

Physical Evidence. Architect Frank Matero's notes indicate that the pantry 
was built essentially as shown in the 1884 plan, the principal differences being 
the addition of the service hatch and a reduction in the size of both the china 
cabinet and the food cupboard. Changes during the Roosevelt years included 
converting the kitchen and dining room doors to two-way swinging doors and 
introducing a second window on the north wall and a small cupboard in the 
angle of the wall between the window and the dining room door. When the house 
was renovated in the 1950s, the south end of the pantry was removed to 
straighten the back hall and a door was constructed in the new south wall to 



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allow visitors to look into the pantry. The 1884 plan indicates a window at this 
location, but no door. 

The pantry was first painted turquoise blue; this may have been put on in 1894. 
At later times the room was painted buff, brown and finally dark green. The 
original blue was restored in 1952. 

A fragment of linoleum found under the baseboard on the east wall indicates 
that the floor was covered at some time during the Roosevelt years. The pattern 
matches that found under the kitchen sink. This has not been restored. 

Furnishings. The sink, cupboards, and safe are all original to the Roosevelt 
years. The only missing element seems to be a curved shelf to the left (south) 
of the dining room door for which there is evidence in the 1884 plan and on the 
wainscoting from which it was later removed. It may be that the introduction 
of a swinging door eliminated the need for a shelf to set a dish on while opening 
the door by hand. 

Furnishings mentioned in letters, diaries, and memoirs include the telephone, 
a one-pound tin of guava jelly, a sugar barrel, "morning trays," china, and 
glassware. In the 1945 inventory the iron safe appears under "Kitchen and 
Pantry"; silver, porcelain, and glassware were listed without location. The 1948 
inventory of Mrs. Roosevelt's estate listed much of the same china and glassware 
as being in the pantry; notes on the SAHI copy indicate where some of this went 
in the division of the estate, as well as which pieces have since come back to 
Sagamore Hill. 

Documentation. For documentary references to the pantry, see below, pp. 
127-129. There are no pre- 1950 photographs. 



KITCHEN (Room 106) 



Here were prepared all the meals for the Roosevelt household. This was 
preeminently the cook's domain, although she had to share it at times in the 
early years with the baby nurse, who was responsible for preparing the infant's 
meals. A kitchen maid helped the cook regularly during the presidential 
summers; one was brought in for special occasions at other times. 

Mrs. Roosevelt typically visited the kitchen in the morning to go over the menu 
for luncheon and dinner with the cook and to let her know how many people she 
thought there would be at each meal. This number often changed in the course 
of the day owing to the president's habit of inviting visitors to stay for lunch or 
dinner. 



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The children also visited the kitchen frequently for tea or snacks. When he was 
about ten, Quentin helped the kitchen maid in the early morning by bringing 
the pans of cream from the refrigerator room on the back porch and skimming 
off the cream for her; then he helped himself to a pre-breakfast snack. The 
children did not take their meals in the kitchen. Kermit, in fact, once refused 
to eat in the kitchen at neighboring Gracewood, saying tearfully, "I am not 
accustomed to eating in the kitchen." 

The cook and the baby nurse certainly took their meals in the kitchen and other 
servants may have done so, although it seems more likely that those not involved 
in cooking ate in the laundry, which by the presidential years seems to have 
become the "servants' hall." 

The kitchen was the setting for the staff Christmas party, consisting of 
"amicable ice cream & cake in the kitchen" after the "people on the place" 
received their presents on Christmas afternoon. 

When the Roosevelt Memorial Association acquired Sagamore Hill, there was 
talk of turning the "old kitchen" into an exhibit room for memorabilia of 
Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., but this plan was quickly abandoned and the kitchen 
was refurnished with a mixture of original furniture and non-original acces- 
sories. 

Physical Evidence. Architect Frank Matero's investigation of the kitchen 
revealed that "the kitchen has remained remarkably intact retaining all its 
original woodwork, flooring, sash and hardware," some of its plumbing, the sink 
and hot water tank, and several speaking tube terminals. The 1952 widening 
of the back hall entailed moving the kitchen entrance northward to what had 
been the cellar door (the cellar stairs were removed). The plaster walls were 
also covered at this time with plasterboard; the original paint on the walls was 
determined to have been a creamy yellow. The woodwork was stripped of later 
paint and varnished. The floor was refinished and left bare, although there was 
evidence of the use of linoleum here and in the pantry as early as 1924; a large 
sample of this survived in the sink cupboard, with the name "American 
Linoleum" on it and a fragment of a 1924 newspaper stuck to it. 

Furnishings. The kitchen retained its late-Victorian look to the very end of 
Mrs. Roosevelt's life. Still in place are two fixtures, which are probably original 
to the 1884 house: 

hoi water tank , made by J.L. Mott Iron Works, New York. This water heater 
appears to be of galvanized iron. Since Catherine Meany (Katie O'Rourke, 
kitchen maid, 1906-09) remembered a copper water tank, the existing one may 
be a replacement; 

sink , of galvanized iron, marked "E.G. Blakslee & Co., 48 in." 



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The double-oven coal range set in the east wall of the kitchen, long thought to 
be "original and undisturbed," turns out to be a 1924 replacement of an earlier 
range (see reference 9). 

The only "kitchen things" mentioned in family letters were a molasses jug and 
two pie plates from the Carow family (before 1894). Katie O'Rourke Meany 
remembered the "tin-topped" table and a flour barrel kept in the kitchen closet. 

The insurance appraisal of Mrs. Roosevelt's property at Sagamore Hill in 1945 
lumped kitchen and pantry furnishings: a table with one drawer, a green 
enamelled table with zinc top and two drawers, two other green enamelled 
tables, a towel rack, and miscellaneous kitchen and cooking utensils. Only the 
zinc-topped table has survived. 

There seems to be no photograph showing clearly what kind of curtains were in 
use during the pre- 1919 period, although in a 1901 photograph of the south side 
of the house there appears to be a full-length white tieback curtain in one of the 
kitchen windows. In the mid- 1940s, according to former curator Jessica Kraft, 
the lower half of the windows had sash curtains of dotted Swiss or lawn, on a 
spring rod, with dark shades to cover the upper part of the window. 

Documentation. For documentary and pictorial references to the kitchen, see 
pp. 129-131. 



LAUNDRY (Room 108) 



The room beyond the kitchen was designed as a laundry. One corner was 
supposed to be partitioned off for a drying room, but this was not done, part of 
the space becoming a corner closet instead. The only clear evidence of a resident 
laundress is in a letter of 1890. A washerwoman was engaged in July 1900 but 
may have done the washing somewhere other than at Sagamore Hill. During 
the presidential years and later most of the household washing was sent out to 
a commercial laundry in Oyster Bay. The room was still known as the laundry 
after 1910, and the servants did "small bits of laundry" (presumably their own) 
there, but it was used mainly as the servants' dining room and sitting room. In 
the 1950s the room was adapted to serve as the curator's office and in recent 
years it has been used as a staff office and lunch room. 

Physical Evidence. Frank Matero's investigation established that the drying 
room shown in the 1884 plan was not constructed and that the door to the 
kitchen at the southwest end was original, though not part of the original plan. 
One of the east windows was converted to a door when the back porch was 
constructed, about 1905. Most woodwork is original and was shellacked. 



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Plaster walls, originally painted cream, have been covered with plasterboard. 
The brick and stone firebox was unpainted. Matero was unable to examine the 
floor for evidence of linoleum. 

Furnishings. The 1884 plan shows three stationary tubs on the south wall 
and a counter on the east wall. At least two tubs were still in place after 1910, 
and Matero found evidence of the original support for the counter along the top 
of the wainscoting between the window and doorway. The counter must have 
been removed when the new porch door was added early in the century. The 
pot-bellied stove that stood in the niche in the west wall was retained in the 
1950s restoration but was later taken out and discarded. 

Documentation. For documentary references to the laundry, see pp. 131. 
There are no pre- 1950 photographs. 



PORCHES 



Originally the only porch at the rear of the house, the small area (room 107) in 
the northeast corner of the east wing functioned as the servants' and 
tradesmen's entrance, with access to both the kitchen and laundry. On the east 
side was a "refrigerator closet" or walk-in icebox. The porch was open on the 
north side, with a brick arch and wooden steps. In 1956 the porch was enclosed 
and turned into a staff kitchen; it is still so used. 

A second porch, across the east end of the house with access from the laundry, 
was added, probably after 1905, perhaps to give the house servants a place to 
sit in warm weather. 

Furnishings. There are several early references to ice chests and an ice box. 
These were probably in the "refrigerator closet," which was supplied daily with 
ice from the nearby ice house. This closet retains its original shelving. 

Documentation. For documentary references to the porches, seep. 132. There 
are no pre- 1950 photographs. 



SECOND FLOOR HALL AND STAIRS (Room 201) 



The upstairs hall provided direct access to all rooms on the second floor except 
the "little room" in the east wing. The hall was also a storage and service area, 
with two storage closets at the west end, a broom closet and a linen closet at the 



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east end, the house servants' bathroom over the back stairs, and a slop closet 
under the stairs to the third floor. 

There were two sets of stairs from the first to the second floor. The broad main 
stairway, lighted by a decorative skylight, came up in the central block of the 
house; it was used by the family and their guests. The narrow back stairs 
twisted up from the back hall in the pantry/kitchen area; they were used 
primarily by the servants and, undoubtedly, by the children who slept in the 
east wing. Also at the east end of the second floor hall was the steep, narrow 
staircase to the third floor. Wood for the four fireplaces and one stove on the 
second floor was delivered from the cellar by the dumbwaiter or lift, located on 
the north side of the hall next to the bathroom. 

Physical Evidence. The only notable changes from the original 1884 plan 
were the elimination of a door in the hall outside the master bedroom suite and 
the elimination of the hall leading directly to the "little room" at the east end. 

Documentary evidence suggests that the hall may have been painted, possibly 
for the first time, in 1891 and that it was papered in 1896. Paint analysis in 
the 1960s showed that the hall was painted several times; the original color was 
yellow, followed by cream and then pinkish buff. There is canvas on the lower 
part of the walls, showing the same color sequence. The ceiling is now white; 
underlying paint has not been analyzed. 

Most of the wood trim is original and retains its original stain and shellac finish. 

In the restoration of the 1950s the second floor hall underwent some significant 
changes to ease visitor circulation. At the west end, a new set of stairs to the 
third floor was created. This change eliminated the cluster of closets next to 
the dressing room and small guest room. At the east end, the back stairs were 
widened and reversed, eliminating the old servants' water closet and the south 
bedroom closet and reducing the size of the utility closet. Across the hall, the 
old slop closet under the stairs to the third floor was removed, the stairs given 
a less steep pitch (for visitors' safety), the opening to the bathroom widened, and 
the dumbwaiter removed to accommodate a fire hose station. Electrified gas 
lamps were installed, supplemented by modern spotlighting. 

Furnishings. Two pieces of furniture are known to have been in the hall: a 
mahogany Pembroke table and a mahogany wardrobe, both of which stood 
against the south wall at the west end, opposite the hall closet. The wardrobe 
was kept by Mrs. Derby; the table's disposition after 1948 is not known. 

Family portraits, the most prominent feature of the hall, included (in 1945-48) 
portraits of Elizabeth Leighton, Isaac and Lucy Carow, Emily Carow, Archie 
and Quentin Roosevelt, and two Kermit ancestors. Four large, framed Chinese 



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embroidered panels also hung in the hall at this time. In 1909 a Remington 
cowboy photograph hung somewhere in the hall. 

From mid- 1909 the wall over the main stairway was dominated by a large 
(almost 8' x 10') French tapestry panel, dating from the 17th century, given to 
Mrs. Roosevelt while her husband was president. It had hung over the dining 
room mantel in the White House and accompanied the family back to Sagamore 
in March 1909. "I am preparing to hang the great tapestry over the stairs," Mrs. 
Roosevelt wrote in May 1909. "That is the only place for it." There it hung until 
after Mrs. Roosevelt's death, when Alice Roosevelt Longworth bought it from 
her estate. It is now owned by Mrs. Longworth's granddaughter, Joanna Sturm. 

Mrs. Roosevelt's 1912 Christmas want list included "narrow rugs. ..dark red in 
prevailing color" for her second story hall. She may have got her wish, for in 
1919 a worn red Wilton hall carpet, 28" wide and about 35 yards long, was listed 
in Colonel Roosevelt's estate. Hall carpeting of this general type (color un- 
known) was in place in 1948. 

Documentation. Figures 61-64, pp. 282-285. For documentary and pictorial 
references to the second floor hall, see pp. 133-134. 



CHILDREN'S ROOMS: AN OVERVIEW (Rooms 203, 211-214, 216) 



The presence of six children in the house meant that the use of rooms on the 
second and third floors changed often over the years. Originally there was a 
single nursery in the southwest bedroom (203), next to mother's bedroom. It 
was occupied first by Alice and then by Ted until Kermit came along in 1889; 
from then until about 1900 this continued to be the nursery for the youngest 
child (Kermit, Ethel, Archie, and Quentin, in succession) and the baby nurse, 
Margaret McConvey. Mrs. Derby remembered it as "the gate room," because of 
the gate across the hall door, but the name appears in no contemporary 
references. As each new baby arrived, the occupant of the baby nursery moved 
into a second nursery, where Mame Ledwith usually had the care of two 
children: Alice and Ted, Ted and Kermit, Kermit and Ethel, Ethel and Archie, 
and finally Archie and Quentin. The location of this secondary nursery or 
"children's bedroom" may have varied but was usually in the south bedroom 
(214). Archie called this the "big nursery" and the southwest room the "small 
nursery." 

Eventually each child achieved the dignity of having his or her own room. The 
evidence is not clear on just when this happened for each of the six. Alice had 
a room of her own by the summer of 1892, when she was eight, and Ted got his 
in 1894, at the age of seven; these rooms were in the east wing. Seven-year-old 



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Kermit moved into the "little room" (212) between Alice and Ted in 1898. Ethel 
was on her own by 1899 at eight. Archie had Ethel's former room in 1900, at 
the age of six, but was sharing again with Quentin in 1901. By about 1903, all 
the children had rooms of their own. This does not mean that they stayed put, 
however. Alice came closest, occupying the southeast room (213) for 12 years, 
from 1894 to 1906. Ted seems to have had the northeast room (211) from about 
1895 until 1902, when he moved up to the third floor. Kermit, after eight years 
in the "little room" (212), took over Alice's old room (213) in 1906 and stayed 
there until he left home in 1912. Ethel moved in 1900 from an unidentified 
room, possibly what is now called the nursery (216), into her father's dressing 
room (207) on the north side, then in 1906 into the southwest room (203, the 
gate room or "old nursery"), where she stayed until her marriage in 1913. Archie 
moved into the northeast room (217) on the second floor in 1907, and after 1910 
occupied Ted's third floor room (306). Quentin seems to have slept in all three 
rooms in the east wing at various times between 1905 and 1917. 

To complicate matters, there are references in the 1890s to two nurseries, two 
children's bedrooms, and a playroom, seldom identified in such a way that one 
can be sure where they were. A summary of the changing use of the bedrooms 
from 1887 to 1919 follows. 

Room No. 



South Bed- 
room (214) 



1885-C.1893, Bamie's sitting room; 1893, morning room; 1894, 
playroom and Kermit's sickroom; 1895-C.1903, big or "gregarious 
nursery" for Mame and two older children; 1903-1919, spare 
bedroom; 1917-1918, Ethel Derby's bedroom (?) 



Nursery (216) 



1885-C.1894, Bamie's bedroom; c.1894-1899, day nursery; 1899- 
1900, Ethel's room; 1900-1907, Archie's room (?); 1907-17, spare 
bedroom; 1917-18, Derby children's day nursery 



Gate Room 
(203) 



1887-1900, baby nursery ( 'Gate Room"); 1900-1906, TR's dressing 
room; 1906-1913, Ethel's room; 1913-1917, spare bedroom; 1917- 
1918, Derby baby nursery; 1919, TR's sickroom 



Mother's 
Room (204) 



1887-1919, Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt's bedroom ("Mother's room") 



Dressing 
Room (205) 



1887-1900, TR's dressing room; 1900-1906, Ethel's bedroom; 
1906-1919, TR's dressing room 



Guests 
Rooms (207- 
208) 



1887-1919, "little" and "big" guest rooms 



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Boy's Room c. 1890-1895, big nursery; 1895-1902, Ted's room; 1902-1907, un- 

(211) certain, possibly Kermit's room part of the time; 1907-1910, 
Archie's room; 1910-1917, Quentin's room 

Little Room 1892-1893, Alice's room(?); 1894, Ted's room; c.1895-1898, sewing 

(212) room; 1898-1906, Kermit's room; 1906-1910, Quentin's room; 

1910-1919, storage 

Alice's Room 1893, playroom; 1894-1906, Alice's room; 1906-1912, Kermit's 

(213) room; 1912-1919, spare room, possibly used part of the time by 
Quentin 

All documentary references relating to use of rooms by the children have been 
brought together on pp. 134-141, in approximately chronological order, to insure 
maximum benefit from context, often the only way of dating or relating these 
confusing references. 



SOUTH BEDROOM (Room 214) 



When Sagamore was first built, Theodore Roosevelt's unmarried sister Anna, 
known as "Bamie," had the two center rooms on the south side as her own. The 
smaller of the two (216, now called the nursery) was her bedroom; the larger 
(214), with its cozy fireplace and windows facing south and east to catch the 
morning sun, was her sitting room. This arrangement continued for only a few 
years after Theodore's second marriage. In August 1891 "Bamie's rooms," as 
Mrs. Roosevelt called them, were occupied by baby Ethel and her nurse, Miss 
Guion. In May 1893, the smaller room was still called Bamie's room, but her 
sitting room had become the "morning room," a term applied usually to a sitting 
room used during the early part of the day. The implication is that Mrs. 
Roosevelt used the room when not needed by her sister-in-law. 



By May of 1894, however, the "morning room" had become "the playroom," and 
in November 1894 it became a bedroom shared by Mame and Kermit, who 
required isolation from the other children while recovering from a leg injury. 
Before long it had become the "children's bedroom" or "gregarious nursery" (to 
borrow a phrase used by Edith to describe the older children's nursery in 
Washington) and so it remained until about 1903. It was presided over by the 
ageing Mame during these years; her charges were, in succession, Kermit; 
Kermit and Ethel; Ethel and Archie; Archie and Quentin; and probably Quentin 
alone until "Quenty-quee threw off the trammels of the nursery" in the summer 
of 1903. Years later Archie remembered this room as the "big nursery" in 
contrast with the "small nursery" in the southwest room. Ethel called it in 1962 
"the nursery... where they slept," but in 1977 she remembered it as the "day 
nursery." 



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After 1903 this room probably was kept as a spare bedroom for the use of house 
guests. The bathroom was added in 1910. In 1911, Theodore Roosevelt told 
Ted that his mother was "arranging to reinstate the south room at the head of 
the stairs in its former position of nursery" for visiting grandchildren. Ethel 
Derby probably occupied this room from mid-1917 to the fall of 1918, while her 
husband was with the army in France. 

In later years Mrs. Roosevelt herself sometimes slept in the south bedroom, 
especially in the winter when she preferred it to her own rather dark and chilly 
room. It was here that she died in September 1948. 

In the 1950s restoration the room was refurnished as a spare bedroom and 
designated the "south bedroom." 

Physical Evidence. Architect Frank Matero's field notes on the south 
bedroom (c. 1980): 

Woodwork : all original except for west door and bathroom door and surround. 
Original east window reused in bathroom. Mantel appears never to have been 
moved. 

Alterations : bathroom added at unknown date; also inner door to adjoining 
room. 

Wall finish : originally the walls seem to have been painted ochre and then 
blue-green; after re-plastering (c. 1923?) the walls were papered; the plaster was 
renewed and the present wallpaper put on in 1953. 

Documentary sources refer to kalsomining the "morning room" ceiling in May 
1893. Photographs taken in 1917-18 (fig. 65) show striped wallpaper. The room 
was replastered and repapered in April 1923; this paper was still in place in 
1948 (figs. 66-67), but was replaced during the restoration. 

The bathroom (215) off the south bedroom was almost certainly added early in 
1910, when a great deal of carpentry and plumbing went on while the family 
were all away. The wainscoting in this bathroom matches that in the dressing 
room bathroom, the addition to the old family bathroom, and the addition to the 
nursery. A ballcock with a 1909 patent date also tends to support the 1910 
dating. 

Furnishings. Nothing is known of the furnishings in this room when it was 
Bamie's sitting room, Edith's morning room, or the playroom, although a capped 
gas pipe in the ceiling suggests the presence of a chandelier. While Mame 
shared the room with one or two of the older children (1894-1903), the room 
would have contained a bed for her and probably two cribs or children's beds. 
The only documented furnishings in the rooms Mame and the children shared 
are a potty chair; two little rocking chairs; "inexpensive pillow shams"; a 
photograph of Grandmother Carow with her dog Leo; a child's tea set; a dustpan 

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(Kermit's favorite Christmas present in 1893); a wonderful arrangement on one 
wall consisting of a photograph of Aunt Emily Carow surrounded by two of 
Mame's pictures, an American flag, and a Brownie calendar; and various dolls 
and toys including tin soldiers, an Eskimo doll, a wind-up white bunny, a brown 
muslin owl, and a rocking horse. In 1902-07, exterior photographs show white 
or light-colored tieback curtains. 

The 1917-18 photographs of the room when it was being used by Ethel Derby 
show an Oriental carpet, a child's rush-bottom chair, a chaise longue with spool 
turnings, and an ornate double bed with large finials that was still there in 1948. 

The 1919 inventory of Theodore Roosevelt's property in this "middle room south" 
included five pictures (hunting scenes and game), a small lift-top desk, 
washstand, rocking chair, Soumack carpet, and a set of French mantel garni- 
ture. In the bathroom there was a five-drawer painted chiffonier, a cane-seat 
chair, and a large Navajo blanket. In 1948 the desk, washstand, rocker, and 
carpet were no longer in the bedroom. The ornate bed and dresser were listed 
in neither Theodore Roosevelt's nor Mrs. Roosevelt's estate inventories. 

As furnished since the 1950s restoration, the room approximates its appearance 
as a spare bedroom after 1923 when it was repapered. The carpet is one that 
was in the gate room in 1918 but in this room in 1948, as were the upholstered 
side chair and the bed. A chandelier was installed in 1953, along with gas 
brackets on either side of the dresser between the south windows. 

Documentation. Figures 65-67, pp. 286-289. For documentary and pictorial 
references to the south bedroom, see pp. 141-142. 



NURSERY (Room 216) 



The room connecting with the south bedroom was originally one of the two 
appropriated for the use of Theodore Roosevelt's older sister Anna. Since Alice 
Longworth remembered the adjoining room (214) as "Auntie Bye's" sitting room, 
this smaller one was presumably her bedroom from 1885 at least until 1893, 
when Mrs. Roosevelt had "Bamie's room" kalsomined pink. Until 1944 the room 
was not again clearly mentioned in letters or diaries, but it is likely that soon 
after the south bedroom (214) became a nursery for older children in 1894, the 
adjoining room (216) also became part of the nursery complex. In 1962 Ethel 
Derby remembered it as a "day nursery" where the children played; fifteen years 
later she thought it had been the "night nursery" when they had Margaret. 
Other sources make it clear, however, that Margaret and the current baby 
always had the southwest corner room (203, Gate Room) and that Mame had 
one or two of the older children with her in the south bedroom from about 1894 



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to 1903. Archie Roosevelt just called this the "in-between room," between the 
big and small nurseries. The most likely interpretation of the evidence is that 
room 216 was used primarily as a day nursery or playroom from about 1894 to 
1899 or 1900. 

In 1899 or 1900, Ethel got her own room for the first time. This apparently was 
the smaller of the two guest rooms on the north side, recently occupied by Emily 
Carow. Ethel had to give up this room, however, "when the house was full." At 
the time Alice, Ted, and Kermit occupied the three rooms at the east end of the 
second floor, five-year-old Archie would have been in the south bedroom with 
Mame, and Quentin was still in the baby nursery with Margaret. Ethel's 
temporary move that summer, therefore, almost had to be into this room. In 
November 1900 Ethel moved again, into her father's dressing room, (205), 
leaving her room (216) to Archie. 

After Archie moved into the northeast room (boy's room) in 1907, room 216 
seems to have been just another spare bedroom. A former maid, Katie O'Rourke 
Meany (1906-09) thought that Mile. Drouillette, the governess, may have had 
the room until she left in 1908. In 1917/18 it served as part of the visiting Derby 
children's nursery. In later years it was simply a guest bedroom. In 1944 Mrs. 
Roosevelt referred to it as "the nursery," but in the 1919, 1945, and 1948 
inventories it was called either "middle west room" or "west middle room." 
Archie in 1951 called it the "in-between room," between the two nurseries, but 
Mrs. Derby identified it in 1952 as "the Nursery" and it has been so designated 
ever since the house has been open to the public. 

Physical Evidence. Architect Frank Matero's investigation established that 
most of the woodwork is original, with original finish, except for the picture 
molding (c.1953) and the door and door surround of the closet on the south side 
over the porte cochere (added in 1910 at the same time as the extra bathrooms). 

The plaster walls were first painted pink (1893) and then blue (before 1910), 
both times with kalsomine, a water-based product recommended for children's 
rooms. After the south bedrooms were replastered in 1923, the room was 
papered; the old paper now in the north closet probably dates from this time. 
The present paper in the room dates from the 1950s restoration. 

Furnishings. There are no furnishings mentioned that can be even tentatively 
associated with this room before 1900, when Ethel's wish for a picture of her 
Aunt Emily was mentioned. In 1901 the "old rosewood sofa" in Archie's room 
was recovered "with a red figured cotton stuff'; the same sofa (?) was still there 
as late as 1948. Photographs (1917/18, figs. 68-73) show it with a figured 
slipcover, probably put on while the room was Richard and Edith Derby's day 
nursery. The 1919 and 1948 Theodore Roosevelt estate inventories describe it 
as an "old rosewood and tapestry sofa." 



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The 1917/18 photographs in Dr. Derby's diary (TR-HU) also show that the walls 
were painted, not papered. The floor was covered with a carpet on which lay a 
small animal skin. The windows had dark shades and light-colored tieback 
curtains with a chintzy pattern matching the sofa slipcover. Against the west 
wall near the door was a small dresser or washstand with a flowered print splash 
cover in place of a mirror. On the east side was a single or child's bed and a 
stand with a kerosene lamp. The southeast corner was occupied by a Victorian 
whatnot. In some pictures the nurse is seated in a bentwood rocker. One picture 
shows baby Edith being bathed in a canvas bath with X-crossed legs. In another 
she is standing in a "Kiddy Koop," a sort of playpen on wheels. 

The 1919 estate inventory lists for the "Middle West Room South" four etchings 
and prints, an ash chamber suite (single bed and bureau), "old rosewood and 
tapestry sofa," oak cane-seat chair, rattan arm rocker, small walnut side table, 
a "maple parlor cabinet inlaid with various colored woods," a "large maple 
wardrobe — elaborate carving," and a worn "Brussels carpet rug" (9 feet by 9 
feet). The rug and sofa are probably the ones in the 1917/18 photographs. The 
elaborately carved wardrobe was really part of the master bedroom suite, 
probably relegated to this secondary room because there was room for it in the 
room Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt shared. Its earlier use in a nursery may be 
indicated by a c.1890 reference to a "nursery wardrobe." The maple wardrobe 
remained in the "middle west room south" until after Mrs. Roosevelt's death in 
1948. It was placed in mother's room in 1953 so that the whole suite would be 
together although the evidence strongly suggests that it was in the nursery 
during all or most of the Roosevelt years. 

The Theodore Roosevelt Association committee on restoration of Sagamore Hill 
decided, on Mrs. Derby's recommendation, to call this room the nursery and to 
furnish it with a mixture of Roosevelt pieces and typical children's toys and 
furnishings of the period. The original Roosevelt items included "Clara Doll" (a 
rag doll that had belonged to Edith Roosevelt's father, Charles Carow), another 
doll called Lily, a little rocking chair, a toy stove, miniature washstand sets, a 
large wooden crib, children's dresses and a black doll dress, an oak stand, prints, 
a doll's bed, a ring toy, a wooden moose toy, and an iron horse and wagon, which 
Mrs. Derby said was kept and played with in her mother's bedroom. 

One feature of the -estored nursery that has been mildly controversial from the 
first is the straw matting on the floor. Mrs. Rose and Mrs. John W. Mackay 
"both felt that straw matting would have been used in a nursery at that period 
and many people tell me," Mrs. Rose related in 1965, "that even the aromatic 
smell brings back their childhood. I know it does that to me and I can remember 
the slippery feeling of the matting on my bare feet." Mrs. Derby also referred 
in 1962 to "the funny matting they used to have on the floors in those days," but 
reminded Mrs. Rose in 1977 that it was Mrs. Rose who had said "we must have 
this on the floor." Both Mrs. Derby and Mrs. Rose in 1977 thought there might 
have been a rug over the matting in the wintertime. 



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Recent research has disclosed two documentary references to nursery carpeting. 
In February 1892 Mrs. Roosevelt wrote of putting down "new carpet" in the 
nursery in their Washington house, and in July 1892 she, Theodore, and Bamie 
"laid flat on the nursery carpet" to amuse one-year-old Ethel, probably at 
Sagamore Hill. The nursery in neither case was the room under discussion here, 
but the use of carpeting in nurseries is significant. The only direct evidence for 
the room in question is in the 1917/18 photographs, which show a patterned 
carpet (and bare floor around it), and the 1919 estate inventory, which lists a 
worn "old Brussels carpet rug" measuring 9 feet square. 

It is probably too late to satisfactorily resolve the apparent conflict between the 
documentary evidence (from 1892 and from 1917 to 1919) and the memories of 
Mrs. Derby and others of her generation. Perhaps the answer is that in the 
1890s the day nursery floor was indeed covered with matting, with a carpet laid 
over it during the colder months, while from 1917 through 1919 only a carpet 
was there while the Derby children were using what had become a guest room. 

Documentation. Figures 68-75, pp. 290-295. For documentary and pictorial 
references to the nursery, see pp. 142-144. 



GATE ROOM (Room 203) 



The southwest room with its connecting door to mother's room was the original 
nursery, first used by Alice, shared by Alice and Ted from 1887 to 1889, 
thereafter shared by the baby nurse Margaret McConvey and her current 
charge: Kermit (1890-92), Ethel (1892-94), Archie (1894-97), and Quentin 
(1897-1900). 

From November 1900 to June 1906 this room was Theodore Roosevelt's dressing 
room and, at least before he became president, his private study, because the 
gun room above had been converted into the children's schoolroom. Room 203 
also saw occasional use as a "hospital" room because it was warmer and brighter 
than mother's room. 

In June 1906 Ethel and her father swapped rooms, Mr. Roosevelt moving back 
to his old dressing room (205) and Ethel moving into the corner room (203), 
which served as her bedroom until her marriage in 1913. 

After Ethel left home, her room may have been used as a dressing room again 
by Mr. Roosevelt (Mrs. Derby's memory) or simply as a spare bedroom or sitting 
room. In 1917/18 it was one of the rooms Ethel Derby and her children occupied 
while Dr. Richard Derby was overseas with the U.S. Army. A few months after 
they left, it was here, in "the old nursery," after a last evening's quiet enjoyment 



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of the view and the glowing fire with his wife that Theodore Roosevelt died in 
his sleep in the early morning of January 6, 1919. 

The southwest room continued to be used as a spare bedroom, often by visiting 
grandchildren, until Mrs. Roosevelt's death. 

In the 1953 refurnishing the room was furnished as a generic adult's bedroom 
and was christened the Gate Room, a name Mrs. Derby said the family used 
because there was always a gate across the hall door to keep the small child or 
children in the nursery. Curiously, the name Gate Room appears in no pre- 1952 
source, and Mrs. Longworth in 1974 did not seem to recognize it. When it was 
explained to her she said, "oh, yes, well, that's the nursery." 

Physical Evidence. Architect Frank Matero noted that all woodwork is 
original, except for the 1950s restoration picture molding. The bookcase next 
to the hall door was put up for Ethel in 1909. 

Sections of original plaster have survived behind undisturbed woodwork, al- 
though the room has been replastered at least twice (1923, 1953). Traces of blue 
kalsomine paint on original plaster and woodwork almost certainly date from 
1893 when baby Ethel's room was painted blue. The 1950s wallpaper replaced 
a paper of uncertain date (possibly 1923) with a nautical motif, probably 
reflecting its frequent use as a bedroom for visiting grandchildren in the 1920s 
and 1930s. 

Furnishings. There is no photograph or even a description of this room when 
it was a nursery for the first generation of Roosevelt children. There are, 
however, numerous references to nursery furnishings, such as a little bathtub 
and bassinet; a baby's crib, pillow shams, and white afghan; a child's rocking 
chair and cane-bottomed chairs; the table Ted's "Mamma & Godmamma sat at 
as children"; "a little skin horse & cow" on the crib rail; an old toothbrush mug 
with crossed flags dating from Civil War days; a baby's training chair — "the kind 
that is used every morning"; a nursery grate, andirons, and high fender; a 
nursery carpet; blocks and amber beads and a dolly; and Margaret's crucifix — 
"the small black standing kind with a brass figure." There is even a complete 
list of a "layette" necessary for a new baby. 

There is no information on the furnishings of father's dressing room (except for 
mention of a bed) and very little on what Ethel had in the room when it was 
"fixed up beautifully" as her teenage bedroom. In April 1909 she had a girlfriend 
staying with her in the room; they protected themselves against a possible 
burglar by having a stiletto and a Mexican dagger by their sides, a large dinner 
bell, and "all our cold cream bottles in front of the door." About the same time 
Ethel had bookshelves put up "between my door and the wall." 



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At the time of Theodore Roosevelt's death, the room was furnished as a bedroom, 
with sleigh bed, dresser, nightstand, and side table; a "Library Suite" consisting 
of sofa, armchair, and side chair; an upholstered rocker and armchair; a 
rush-bottom side chair; faded blue woven curtains; a 9' x 12' Brussels "carpet 
rug" and small rag rug; and a small relic wood bookshelf. Some of these 
furnishings can be seen in snapshots taken in 1917/18 when the Derby family 
was using the room (figs. 76-78). 

By 1947/48 most of the 1919 furniture had been moved to other rooms although 
it was still furnished as a bedroom, with a nautical pattern wallpaper suitable 
for a child's room. 

In the 1950s restoration the paper was replaced with a floral pattern and 
furnishings were selected for a typical adult's bedroom. The earlier use as a 
nursery was merely suggested by placing the old nursery gate against the 
fireplace and calling the room the gate room. 

Documentation. Figures 76-81, pp. 296-301. For documentary and pictorial 
references to the gate room, see pp. 144-148. 



MOTHER'S ROOM (Room 204) 



Although this always was the master bedroom, it seems never to have been 
called that. Theodore Roosevelt referred to it in letters as "Edie's room," 
"Mother's room," or "our room"; Edith Roosevelt herself regularly called it "my 
room"; and the children knew it as "Mamma's room," "Mother's room," or 
"father's and mother's room." These names reflect the fact that the room was 
shared as a bedroom but during the day was Edith's dressing room and private 
sitting room, the place where she could rest in the afternoon on her sofa, away 
from children, servants, and unwelcome guests. The children were not excluded 
at other times, of course, for it was here that they had their Bible lessons when 
small, an evening story, and on Christmas morning the opening of stockings 
before breakfast. 

With its north and west exposure, the room was cold and dark in winter — "not 
cozy," as Edith once wrote — and she sometimes slept elsewhere when her 
husband was away or else brought one of the "bunnies" into bed with her. 
"Ethel," she wrote in 1901, for instance, "makes a nice little warming pan." A 
new window in the west wall (1912) brightened the room but did little to warm 
it. 

After her husband's death, Mrs. Roosevelt continued to use this room except in 
cold weather, when she preferred the sunnier south bedroom. 



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Physical Evidence. The room was built as designed, except that it has its own 
door to the hall instead of sharing a hall door with the dressing room. Later 
additions included the west window (1912); an extra, inner door to the connect- 
ing southwest bedroom; and the bookshelves by the hall door (before 1918). The 
original picture molding was replaced in the 1950s restoration by a cornice 
molding. 

The woodwork was originally stained and varnished, but was later painted a 
succession of light colors, starting with blue and ending (1950s) with green. The 
plaster was painted ochre to begin with; wallpaper came later. The diaper-pat- 
tern paper present in 1948 probably dated from the 1920s; it was removed in 
the restoration and replaced by a more lively floral patterned paper reminiscent 
of the turn of the century. 

Furnishings. The 1919 inventory of Theodore Roosevelt's estate listed in this 
room a "large carved maple bedstead" and a "maple and pink brocade boudoir 
suite" (couch, two side chairs, armchair and small stool). These pieces were part 
of a suite purchased by his father about 1876, probably from Daniel Pabst, a 
Philadelphia cabinetmaker influenced by the architect Frank Furness. 
Theodore received them in the division of his father's estate after his mother's 
death in 1884 and had them installed in Sagamore on its completion the 
following year. The towering wardrobe had to be altered by removal of a central 
cornice ornament before it was shipped to Oyster Bay in May 1885. Although 
it would seem logical to have the whole suite together in the master bedroom, 
there is good reason to believe that the wardrobe occupied the north wall of 
"Bamie's room" (216, now called the nursery). It was certainly there by 1919 
and remained there until 1948; Mrs. Derby in one interview (1977) appeared to 
say that the wardrobe was never in her parents' bedroom at all. The evidence 
is not conclusive, but it certainly suggests that Mrs. Roosevelt did not keep the 
set together. 

Other furnishings mentioned in correspondence before 1919 included a large 
upholstered rocking chair in front of a tall mirror, a work table and a little 
dressing table with mirror, a medicine chest, a china bedroom set, a Dresden 
bonbonniere, and a brocade pin cushion. Pre- 19 19 photographs of the exterior 
show window shades and light-colored, tied-back curtains. In 1919 the floor 
was covered with a 9' x 12' Wilton carpet rug and a narrow Shiraz runner; in 
1948 the rug was an Axminster. Carow and Kermit pieces in the room in the 
1940s included a dressing table, marble-topped washstand, child's bureau, 
small table, and medicine cabinet. It seems likely that Edith Roosevelt would 
have had these in her own room all along. 

The evidence suggests, also, that as early as 1898 the bed was on the south wall. 
In 1977 Mrs. Derby said that the bed was "on the other side always," meaning 
that it was on the south wall rather than on the north wall as placed by the 
restoration committee. Two documentary references support this, at least by 



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inference: in 1898 snow blew into Mrs. Roosevelt's face through the northeast 
window and covered her sofa, which may have been at the foot of the bed or 
under the window, and in 1912 she wrote that she was "writing in bed & 
thoroughly enjoying my new west window," which would hardly have been the 
case if she had been sitting between the two north windows. Two capped gas 
pipes on the north wall between the windows also suggest that the dressing 
table was always on the north wall and the bed on the south wall, as they were 
in 1948. 

Documentation. Figures 82-84, pp. 302-305. For documentary and pictorial 
references to mother's room, see pp. 148-152. 



FATHER'S DRESSING ROOM AND BATH (Rooms 205 and 206) 



Although identified on the house plan as a "chamber," room 205 was Theodore 
Roosevelt's dressing room from 1885 to 1900 and from 1906 to 1919. He and 
his wife shared the adjoining bedroom, but in the daytime that was her room 
and this room was his. Here he kept his clothes, made his morning ablutions, 
dressed for the day, changed for dinner, and got ready for bed. When they were 
young, the children regularly visited him in his dressing room, to look through 
his "ditty box" full of little treasures or to hear stories. On one memorable 
occasion, he demonstrated to young Ted the Flaubert rifle he was giving him, 
firing into the ceiling. Ted had to promise not to tell his mother and apparently 
she did not find out about it until years later for, as he wrote in the 1920s, "The 
report was slight, the smoke hardly noticeable, and the hole made in the ceiling 
so small that our sin was not detected." 

The children occasionally used their father's dressing room as a bedroom when 
he was away or when one of them was sick. 

From the fall of 1900 to June 1906, this was Ethel's bedroom, her father using 
as his dressing room during those years the "old nursery" in the southwest 
corner of the second floor, now called the gate room. When they switched rooms 
in 1906, the president had access to the new "piazza" or balcony, which had been 
built between the dressing room and the new north room; most of this piazza 
was enclosed and turned into a bathroom in 1910. Although Mrs. Derby much 
later referred to the bathroom as having been added for the use of her mother 
and father, at the outset it seems to have been clearly for his use; in 1910 he 
spoke of "my bath tub" and Edith referred to it as "T's bath room." 

After 1919, this room became Mrs. Roosevelt's dressing room, used occasionally 
perhaps as a bedroom by one of her visiting children or grandchildren. In the 
1950s both rooms were restored and furnished as the president's dressing room 



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and bath; at that time it was not known that the bathroom dated from after the 
presidential years. 

Physical Evidence. Frank Matero's architectural investigation revealed that 
the dressing room was built as originally planned, except that it did not have a 
recessed sliding door and it did have a connecting door between the closet in 
that room and the one in mother's room. The hall door has translucent glass in 
the upper section, probably to let a little daylight into the dark hall. 

The dressing room woodwork is original (except the cornice molding added in 
the 1950s), with original finish. The plaster walls and the flooring are also 
original. Evidence remains of an early wallpaper behind the south bookshelves; 
this paper was removed and the walls painted ochre before the shelves in the 
northeast corner were constructed. The room was later papered again, possibly 
in the 1920s or 1930s and this paper, faded and stained, was retained in the 
1950s restoration. 

The bathroom was added later, probably early in 1910. The woodwork contains 
details similar to those in the south bedroom bathroom, in the nursery closet 
over the porte cochere, and behind the water closet in the old bathroom. Heavy 
carpentry and plumbing expenditures in January-May 1910 indicate that most 
of this work was done while half the family was abroad and the rest away at 
school. Matero notes that "the stippled glass cabinet door on the rear wall" of 
the bathroom "merely serves to camouflage the north room gable louvre and to 
allow ventilation of the north room attic." 

Furnishings. A few dressing room accessories were mentioned in correspon- 
dence, e.g., shaving brush (c.1892); "jewel box" (1895) and "ditty box" (Theodore 
Roosevelt, "Autobiography"); a pair of round hair brushes (no handles), with 
ebony or wood backs and silver "T.R." monogram (1896); bootjack ("Autobiog- 
raphy"); medicine case (1901); and "bureau cover with forget me nots" worked 
by Emily Carow (1903). There was a sofa in the room in 1917, possibly one of 
the rosewood Carow pieces since it did not show up in the inventory of Theodore 
Roosevelt's estate in 1919. The 1919 list did include seven framed prints or 
photogravures and a "study in black and white," by R. Swain Gifford; a pair of 
old painted rush-bottom chairs and an oak and willow rocker; an oak washstand; 
a Fairbanks scale; and two Navajo rugs. 

After her husband's death, Mrs. Roosevelt spoke of putting a "little bed" in the 
dressing room for Alice's use "whenever she chose to come" on a visit. This may 
have been the "couch" or daybed that was in the room in the 1940s, along with 
a Sheraton dresser, a dresser mirror, a Beauvais tapestry fire screen, an 
ebonized bookcase, a tiletop table, a towel rack, a cane-seated side chair, dotted 
swiss curtains, three paintings, several pieces of decorative porcelain and glass, 
a Canton washstand set, a jewel box, and about 175 books. Photographs taken 
in 1948 (figs. 85-86) also show two rugs (one a Navajo), several family 



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photographs and small accessories, and a print of a lone wolf in the snow. A 
"dressing room clock" mentioned in a 1933 letter does not appear in the 1945 or 
1948 lists or in photographs. 

Documentation: Figures 85-86, pp. 306-307. For documentary and pictorial 
references to the dressing room, see pp. 152-154. 



LITTLE GUEST ROOM (Room 207) 



Both middle bedrooms on the north side of the second floor (known as the single 
and double guest rooms since 1953) were identified simply as chambers on the 
original building plan. As early as 1888 they were being used by Mrs. 
Roosevelt's mother and sister on their first visit to Sagamore. Theodore 
Roosevelt referred to them at that time as "the north room and dressing room 
next mine," which suggests that they were originally designed as a suite of 
rooms; like "Bamie's rooms" on the south side, the larger room had a fireplace, 
the smaller room had none. When Edith invited Bamie to come and stay in 
1901, while her husband was away, she suggested that "Baby could have the 
spare room with the fireplace & you the adjoining room." At this time the south 
bedrooms were nurseries, so it was clearly the north rooms that were being 
offered to her sister-in-law. 

The two north rooms were also used separately, the smaller by single guests, 
the larger by couples or singles. Eleanor Roosevelt, Theodore Roosevelt's niece, 
stayed in the little guest room as a young girl and on the eve of her marriage in 
1905 at Sagamore Hill to Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Emily Carow probably 
had this room during her 1895 visit, after her mother's death. "Ethel sleeps in 
your room," Edith wrote to Emily in June 1899 or 1900, "but of course had to 
give it up when the house was full." Use of a "spare room" by a child of the 
family was unusual; these rooms normally were kept ready for overnight guests, 
of whom there were many, some of international renown, others relatives or 
friends of the Roosevelt parents and children. 

Physical Evidence. The smaller guest room was built as designed in 1884, 
but in the 1950s restoration of Sagamore the closet was removed, to permit 
installation of the new west end staircase to the top floor. According to Architect 
Frank Matero, the room retains most of its original woodwork and hardware 
and, except on the south wall, its plaster. He found no evidence that the plaster 
was painted before it was papered. The earliest reference to wallpaper, in 1896, 
speaks of an "original & dainty" paper rather bluer than intended; no trace of 
an earlier paper has been found, and the present striped paper dates from the 
1950s, when it replaced a 1920-ish foliate paper. 



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Matero felt that there probably was a picture molding about 9" below the ceiling, 
as in other bedrooms; the present cornice molding dates from the 1950s. 

The door in the north wall, originally a window, was converted in 1906 to provide 
access to the little balcony added when the north room was constructed. Until 
the dressing room bathroom was added about 1910, lattice work divided the 
guest room balcony from the dressing room balcony. 

Furnishings. There were old rosewood sofas in the two spare rooms in 1905, 
but no other furnishings are recorded before 1919, when Theodore Roosevelt's 
estate was inventoried. At that time the smaller north bedroom contained a 
bureau, washstand and toilet set, secretary, "dwarf bookcase," waste basket, 
and four pictures. There was no mention of a bed or chairs; these presumably 
belonged to Mrs. Roosevelt. Lists of her furnishings in 1947 and 1948 show in 
this room a spool bed from her mother's family, a glass-fronted oak cupboard, 
and a rosewood side chair. In 1948 there were also about 355 of Theodore 
Roosevelt's books and about 80 of Mrs. Roosevelt's. 

When the house was refurnished in 1953, some of the 1948 furnishings were 
put back in the room, notably the flowered carpet, the bureau, the Tyler bed, 
and a bedspread embroidered with state flowers. Other furnishings were used 
with these — some from the house, some donated, including a striking marble- 
and-brass washstand and a red upholstered rocking chair. As Mrs. Rose put it, 
"the small bedroom next to the dressing room grew in decoration from the 
delightful flowered carpet and the bedspread of the state flowers. The red 
rocking chair was an addition and its color seemed to pick up the red roses in 
the carpet." 

Documentation: Figure 87, p. 308. For documentary and pictorial references 
to the little guest room, see pp. 154-155. 



BIG GUEST ROOM (Room 208) 



The use of this guest room is described in the material introducing the evidence 
on the little guest room. 

Physical Evidence. According to Architect Frank Matero's notes, the wood- 
work in this room appears to be original, except for the 1950s cornice molding. 
Nail holes on the window enframement suggest that there may have been 
picture molding about 9 inches from the ceiling. There is no evidence of paint 
on the original plaster and no historic wallpaper has been discovered. The 
wallpaper in place in 1948, a foliate design in a light color on a slightly darker 
ground, probably was put up in the 1920s. It was replaced in the 1950s with a 



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brighter flowered paper Mrs. Rose selected as similar to bedroom paper of the 
presidential period. 

Furnishings. Aside from a rosewood sofa mentioned in 1905, the only furnish- 
ings identified in the historic period were those listed in the 1919 inventory of 
Theodore Roosevelt's estate: a walnut chamber suite (double bed, bureau, 
nightstand, and fold-top side table), a green enamelled willow armchair, a pair 
of Brussels rugs, and an Axminster mat. The Brussels carpeting and possibly 
the bedroom suite were still there in 1948. 

Documentation: Figures 88-89, pp. 310-311. For documentary and pictorial 
references to the big guest room, see pp. 155-156. 



FAMILY BATHROOM (Room 209) 



The bathroom in the east wing was part of the original Lamb and Rich plan for 
the house and it was the only one on the second floor (aside from a servants' 
water closet over the back stairs) from the time the house was built until about 
1906, when the adjacent "splash closet" or shower room was created out of the 
linen closet. The "old bathroom," therefore, was the only one available to 
parents, children, and guests for more than twenty years, well into the second 
administration of President Roosevelt. The "new" bathrooms, off father's dress- 
ing room and the south bedroom, were not put in until 1910. 

For ordinary morning ablutions, probably throughout the pre- 1919 years, each 
bedroom was provided with a washstand set; sponge baths were taken in round, 
enamelled tin bathtubs brought in by a chambermaid. A more formal bath in 
the sarcophagus-like bathtub was a memorable experience, which both Ted and 
Alice lovingly recalled in their memoirs. 

Physical Evidence. The woodwork is probably as originally installed, but the 
date of the tiling behind the bathtub needs to be checked. Mrs. Roosevelt is 
known to have had the bathroom painted red in 1893. It was later painted gray, 
but the Pompeian red was restored in the 1950s restoration. 

Furnishings. The bathtub and lavatory are probably original 1884 artifacts, 
the toilet probably later, but they need to be studied to confirm this. A later 
wooden casing around the bathtub, mentioned by Ted in 1929, has been 
removed, probably in the 1950s restoration. 

The only documentary evidence of bathroom furnishings indicates that in 1919 
it contained a small oak shaving stand with swivel mirror, an oak chair and 
towel rack, along with two small and one large Navajo blanket, presumably used 



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as rugs. Mrs. Derby remembered that there was a picture of a lion "looking 
benignly down upon us." These things were not in the room in 1948. The 1953 
furnishing committee put back a shaving stand, chair, and towel rack, but placed 
a piece of stair runner on the floor, on the basis of Mrs. Montgomery Hare's 
memory that this was what one did in those days. This has since been replaced 
by a small Navajo rug. 

Documentation: For documentary references to the family bathroom, see pp. 
156-158. There are no pre- 1950 photographs. 



SPLASH CLOSET (Room 210) 



The narrow space between the family bathroom and the northeast bedroom was 
designated in the 1884 plan as a linen closet with three drawers and five shelves 
at the north end, apparently blocking the window. In 1907, however, reserve 
linens at Sagamore were stored "on top of the hall closet," perhaps indicating 
that conversion of the linen closet to a shower room had already forced Mrs. 
Roosevelt to put the linens in the closet at the west end of the second floor hall, 
where the new stairs are today. 

By September 1907 the former linen closet had been converted into a sort of 
second bathroom where, according to a magazine reporter, the president began 
each summer day with a "shower bath. ..as cold as he can get it," and "with a 
prodigious splashing of water." If the reporter's "splashing" was accurate, this 
may be the "splash closet" in which Mrs. Roosevelt had a gas jet installed in 
1912, to make shaving possible, though it could not, as she told Kermit, "compete 
with the old bathroom." The toilet seems to have been added about 1914. 

Although Mrs. Derby mentioned the "shower bath" in passing in a 1962 inter- 
view, neither she nor the Theodore Roosevelt Association thought it necessary 
to show it to the public, and it has been opened only rarely since the National 
Park Service came to Sagamore. 

Physical Evidence. Architect Frank Matero's field notes indicate that the 
tongue-and-groove wainscoting and its shellac finish are original, pre-dating 
the installation of the plumbing. He felt that the window enframement was 
installed later (wire nails) than the door enframement (cut nails); the patterned 
glass matches neither that in the front door of the house nor that in the dressing 
room and south bedroom bathroom (1910). There is a capped gas pipe on the 
east wall. 

Furnishings. The only furnishings are floor- or wall-mounted fixtures that 
have been in place since before the 1953 restoration, which passed this room by. 



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The "shower bath" consists of an enamelled cast-iron square basin with rolled 
rim, sitting on four ball feet. It has a 9-inch shower head within a circular metal 
curtain rod; there are four control valves: hot, cold, shower, and shampoo. No 
manufacturer's name is visible. This probably dates from about 1906. 

The wash basin of enamelled cast iron, with rolled rim and decorative metal 
brackets and nickel-plated fixtures, is marked "Milwaukee Brass Manufactur- 
ing Co." It also appears to date from about 1906. 

The badly-cracked porcelain toilet, with dark wood seat, is stamped "Peer- 
less/Evansville, Ind. / 6 17 14" (June 17, 1914?). The porcelain flush tank is 
stamped, underneath the cover, "Mar. 15, 1927 / 25." 

There is a wooden roller-towel holder on the door and a hanging wooden shelf 
unit (two shelves) above the lavatory. 

Documentation. This room was first photographed in 1986. For documentary 
references to the splash closet, see p. 158. 



ALICE'S ROOM (Room 213) 



Designated a "chamber" on the 1884 house plan, this southeast room in the east 
wing was Alice Roosevelt's from the early 1890s until her marriage in February 
1906, Kermit's from 1906 to about 1912, and probably Quentin's from 1912 to 
1917. 

Alice had her own room as early as the summer of 1892 and the following May 
it was papered, at the same time as the "playroom." In May 1894 Alice moved 
to the playroom, and Ted moved into her former room. Most likely the 
"playroom" mentioned in 1893 and 1894 letters was the southeast room. A 
painter's mistake in drawing a fireplace on its wall is understandable, since 
there is a chimney behind one wall. The papering of the playroom along with 
Alice's room a few months later may have been necessary to cover up this 
mistake. And Alice's move into the playroom and Ted's into Alice's room in 1894 
fits because Alice was in the southeast room most of her time at Sagamore and 
Ted was in the northeast room at least until 1902. If this interpretation is 
correct, Alice occupied this room from the age of 10 until her marriage at 22. 
Most of the time she would have used the room only in the summer and fall; the 
winter of 1900/01 was the only one the family spent at Sagamore during those 
years. 

After Alice moved out, taking with her the furniture that had belonged to her 
mother, the room became 16-year-old Kermit's, until he left home for a job in 



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Brazil in 1912. Quentin's occupancy, mentioned by Mrs. Derby and Hermann 
Hagedorn, would have been between 1912 and his departure for military service 
in 1917. 

The first of the Roosevelt grandchildren recorded as using this room was 
Kermit's infant son Kim (Kermit, Jr.) who was put in "your old room," Mrs. 
Roosevelt wrote Kermit on Kim's first visit to Sagamore Hill in the summer of 
1916. The 1919 estate inventory clearly shows that the room was still a bedroom 
and so it remained until Mrs. Roosevelt's death. 

Alice's room, unrestored, served as the Theodore Roosevelt Association's 
souvenir shop from 1953 to 1956. Mrs. Longworth was persuaded to send back 
to Sagamore Hill, late in 1955, the furnishings she had taken away with her in 
1906. The room was then restored and opened to the public as "Alice's Room" 
on July 8, 1956. 

Physical Evidence. Architect Frank Matero's field notes for the architectural 
section of the Historic Structure Report indicate that the woodwork is original, 
with original finish, except for the restored cornice molding (c.1956). 

The architect's investigation of undisturbed plaster in the archway area 
revealed that the wall was first painted white, then a creamy tan. No evidence 
of early wallpaper was found there, but a more thorough investigation of the 
room might produce such evidence. The closet at the east end of the room retains 
its early 20th century paper with a foliate design in black, pink, and silvery gray 
on a buff ground. The present bedroom paper was acquired sometime between 
1953 and 1956 through an Oyster Bay hardware store; it is a stock paper chosen 
by Mrs. Rose as having appropriate period character. 

An unresolved question is whether access to the little back room was always 
through Alice's room, as it is now and as Alice showed it on her reminiscent 
sketch of the floor plan (fig. 90) or (in the early years) through a separate corridor 
leading directly from the second floor hall, as shown on the 1884 Lamb and Rich 
plan (fig. 60). Frank Matero's architectural investigation in 1980 led him to 
believe that the original plan was never carried out. Others have thought 
differently, however, and the matter needs further study. In all likelihood, the 
door to the back room was kept locked during Alice's and Kermit's day; hence 
the painted warning "DOOR LOCKED," attributed to Quentin, on Alice's side 
of the door. The occupant of the back room evidently went into the room through 
the northeast (boy's) bedroom and closet. 

Furnishings. Most of the furnishings in Alice's room are pieces she used there; 
she took them with her when she married because they had been her mother's 
and gave them to the Theodore Roosevelt Association in 1955, along with a 
sketch plan showing how the furniture was placed in her day (fig. 90). These 
furnishings, all dating from about 1870 to 1890, included a bedroom suite 



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consisting of a single bed (cut down from a double, according to Mrs. Longworth, 
although this seems questionable), with matching dresser, washstand, 
nightstand, two cane-seated chairs, and a wardrobe with mirror door; a large 
bookcase and a small hanging bookcase; a small desk and chair; and a small 
table. This table (SAHI 749), which appears in 1904 and 1905 photographs of 
the library, may have been one of Alice Lee's possessions, as it came back to 
Sagamore Hill in 1955 with the rest of Mrs. Longworth's Sagamore furnishings. 
It might be the table Mrs. Longworth remembered in front of the bookcase 
(sketch plan). 

Mrs. Longworth's reaction to the restored room in 1956 was generally favorable, 
but after seeing photographs of the room in 1974, she told Curator Peter Steele 
that "it didn't look like this... not a bit." She objected particularly to the 
"snappy... frightfully clean and brisk" wallpaper. She dimly remembered the 
paper (probably put up in 1900) as "just all flat" and "grubby." The curtains had 
a lot of "roses and things"; these curtains were probably the ones her stepmother 
made for Alice's 17th birthday in 1901. Mrs. Longworth also disapproved of the 
parasol and straw hat that had been placed in the room to give it more life. She 
never used a parasol, she said, and rarely wore a hat at Sagamore. 

Mrs. Longworth remembered only a large tiger skin on the floor of her room. 
In 1919 there was a Navajo rug, but this probably dated from the time when 
one of the boys used the room. Elisha Dyer spoke of a rug received from Mrs. 
Longworth in 1955, but this is no longer there. 

Although most of the second floor bedrooms had a fireplace or a stove, there is 
no fireplace in Alice's room and no evidence, physical or documentary, for a 
stove. Since the kitchen/laundry chimney stack runs up beside the room, next 
to the bed, radiant heat from that may have been enough to warm the room in 
cool weather. The wall should be checked, however, for any sign of a stovepipe 
opening, particularly in the wall to the right of the archway leading to the back 
bedroom. 

Evidence for pictures is fragmentary. In 1891 Alice was given something called 
"The Buffalo Hunt," which she apparently liked; this could well have been a 
print. For her birthday in 1896, Mrs. Roosevelt framed Alice's photograph of 
Auntie Bye (Mrs. Cowles), and in March of that year Edith wrote to her sister 
Emily that "Alice's photos" were most successful and would be hung in her room 
at Sagamore Hill; she was referring probably to a pair of rather artily posed 
photographs of Alice that Aunt Emily had taken during her 1895 visit. Mrs. 
Longworth returned two "big" pictures in 1955, probably the "Blue Boy" and 
"Infante" hanging over the bed. In 1974, she objected generally to the pictures 
hanging in the restored room, particularly the photograph of herself. 

Smaller objects given to Alice were mentioned occasionally in Mrs. Roosevelt's 
correspondence. These objects included a "little clock" (October 1893), a "Think 



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of Me" china cup (February 1894), silver nail scissors and nail polisher 
(Christmas 1895), nail scissors, and a china dresser tray (February 1896). She 
also received books at various times, including Pride and Prejudice, English 
Ballads, Sir Roger De Couerly, Wagner's Heroines, A Flat Iron for a Farthing, 
Scott's Waverly Novels, Kipling's Bab Ballads, and a set of Parkman. 

Alice's closet was mentioned only once, in August 1903, when she cleared it out 
and turned over to Kermit "the little desk." 

Documentation: Figure 90, p. 312. For documentary references to Alice's 
room, see pp. 158-163. There are no pre- 1950 photographs. 



BOY'S ROOM (Room 211) 



When the children were very small they slept and played in one of the "nursery" 
rooms on the south side of the second floor, but as they grew older they moved 
to the east end of the second floor, where there were two "good-sized" rooms 
facing north and south, respectively, and a small, east-facing room between 
them. From the mid- 1890s to 1906 the southeast room was Alice's; the other 
two were occupied at one time or another by the four boys. The evidence on who 
was where at any given time is too fragmentary to provide conclusive answers, 
but it suggests that the northeast room was occupied as early as May 1890, when 
Mrs. Roosevelt moved Mame "downstairs" to sleep with Ted and Alice whose 
place in the nursery had been taken by Kermit. By May 1893 a "nice fireplace" 
had been constructed in "the children's bedroom," then occupied by Mame, Ted, 
and Kermit. In 1894 the room's occupants were Mame, Kermit, and Ethel, until 
Kermit and Mame moved to "the playroom" (south bedroom); Ethel presumably 
stayed in the northeast room, under the care of Mollie, the seamstress. 

The northeast room became Ted's room about 1895 and remained his until 1902, 
when he moved to the third floor. Between then and 1907, when Archie moved 
in, the use of this room is unclear. Mrs. Roosevelt wrote in September 1906 that 
she had been "very busy moving books from the room that is to be Archie's next 
summer," which may indicate that Ted's former room may have been used for 
a few years as a spare room. Kermit may also have used it before he took Alice's 
room in 1906, although as late as July 1903 he referred to "my shed" as if he 
were still in the back room. 

Archie seems to have had the northeast room from 1907 to 1910, when he moved 
up to Ted's third-floor room. Quentin moved in after Archie and seems to have 
occupied the room until he left for military service in 1917, although he may 
have used Alice's old room during some of this time. If the above scenario is 
accurate, between 1895 and 1917 there was usually one boy living in this room, 



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ranging from eight to twenty years in age. After 1917, it was just a spare 
bedroom. 

The "store room" behind this room presumably doubled as a closet for the boys 
occupying the two connecting rooms, as well as a passage from the northeast 
room to the little back room, since the door from Alice's room was kept locked. 
On one occasion Ted and Kermit "made a mus [sic] in the closet" by mixing 
various edible ingredients into a dish, which "turned out to be nasty." 

When the house was restored by the Theodore Roosevelt Association in the 
1950s, the northeast room became a sort of stock room for the souvenir shop in 
Alice's old room. 

Restoration of the northeast room and its furnishing as a typical Roosevelt boy's 
room was undertaken at the same time as the restoration of Alice's room, 
because it was felt that a boy's room was needed to interpret an important 
element of life at Sagamore. Since all the boys had occupied the northeast room 
at one time or another, it was decided to treat it as a generic boy's room rather 
than to identify it with any one of the four boys. It was opened to the public 
about the same time as Alice's room, in July 1956. 

Physical Evidence. Architect Frank Matero's notes indicate that this room 
has been "reworked." The molding and bookshelves are "original" but later than 
the other woodwork. Original wallpaper was found behind the shelves and 
picture molding, and there was no evidence of paint on the plaster. The 
woodwork was varnished, not painted until the 1950s. The present paper dates 
from the mid-1950s. 

Furnishings. Information is scant on furnishings used specifically in the 
northeast room, but in correspondence, diaries, and reminiscences there are 
quite a few references to objects the various boys had in their rooms. Most of 
these references are presented in the documentary reference section. Objects 
associated with Ted, however, are documented in the section on Ted's room. 
Additional references to children's toys, games, and sports equipment appear 
in Appendix H. 

Kermit's known possessions (1903-1914) included an alarm clock, "camping set," 
"little desk" (formerly Alice's), and "some Danish axes" (1903); two different 
bookcases (1905 and 1907, the latter with lock); an 18th century Turkish long 
pipe (1906); a dressing table (1907); a camera (1907) and "big game camera" 
(1908); a mandolin (1908); duffle bags (1909); a color print of African scenes 
(1908); a room full of collected "trash" (1912); and a lockable bureau and "heavy 
afghan" (1914). Objects associated with Archie and Quentin (1905-1906) in- 
cluded up to 14 "china animals" (1905, 1907) and some play armor (1906). 



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There are also several books specifically associated with Ted and Kermit 
between 1896 and 1909: Cooper's Leatherstocking Tales, Remington's Crooked 
Trails, Children of the New Forest, Three Men on Wheels, The Gentleman from 
Indiana, The Secret of Black Butte, The Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come, Rider 
Haggard's She and King Solomon's Mines, Scott's Lay of the Last Minstrel, Jack 
London's The Sea Wolf, Over the Ship Rails, Borrow's The Bible in Spain, 
Dickens' Pickwick Papers, Dumas' Trois Mousquetaires, two Bibles, 
Hawthorne's House of Seven Gables, a set of Trollope's novels, another set of 
Cooper's novels, and a first edition of Kipling's Kim. In 1905 Archie was given 
Masterman Ready and Quentin a new Peter Rabbit book. 

Documentation. No photographs were taken of the boy's room before 1956. 
For documentary references to the boy's room, see pp. 163-166. 



LITTLE ROOM (Room 212) 



Lamb and Rich designed a small bedroom between and behind the two larger 
bedrooms in the east wing. The available evidence suggests that this was Alice's 
room in 1892 and 1893, Ted's in 1894. Mollie and her sewing machine were in 
the "little room" in July 1898, when she was displaced by Kermit who probably 
stayed until 1906. Quentin was there from about 1906 to 1910. During these 
years the room, with the back porch roof just under its window, also provided 
the Roosevelt children with a convenient escape hatch for hasty exits to the 
outdoors whenever unwelcome duties or visitors threatened them indoors. 

The name "Quentin's Hideaway," applied to this room since the 1950s, may have 
been used by the family but this is undocumented. Ted, Archie, and Ethel, in 
the references quoted below (p. 167), called it simply "the little room." 

After 1910 the room probably was used as a storeroom rather than as a spare 
bedroom, since it could be reached only by going through another bedroom. For 
the same reason, the room was not restored in the 1950s and it is still used as 
a storeroom, not seen by visitors. 

Physical Evidence. The room has not been subjected to a thorough architec- 
tural investigation, although part of the wood trim has been removed, exposing 
fragments of wallpaper of unknown date. The room is known to have been 
papered in 1893, but it may have been repapered later. 

The room's configuration does not conform to the Lamb and Rich 1884 plan. 
The diagonal walls at the west side are different from the plan, there is no closet 
on the south side, and the existing connection with the storeroom/closet on the 
north side was not called for in the original plan. The most significant change, 



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however, was the elimination of the planned passage providing direct access 
from the second-floor hall. Family memories and Architect Frank Matero's 
research indicate that this passage was never constructed and the space was 
always part of the southeast room. Access to the little back room was either 
through the southeast room or through the northeast room and 
storeroom/closet. The words "DOOR LOCKED" crudely painted on the door 
from the southeast room are said to date from when Quentin had the little room 
and Kermit the southeast room, although the door could well have been kept 
locked earlier when Kermit and Alice had the two rooms. In any case, the locked 
door indicates that one got to the back room ordinarily through the northeast 
room and storeroom. 

Furnishings. Things Kermit may have had while he was in this room included 
"a brown muslin owl" called "Bogey Boy" (1896); "an enormous knife containing 
a whole tool chest," which he called a Bowie knife (1896); an alarm clock, Alice's 
"little desk," and some "Danish axes" (1903); and a bookcase (1905). A large 
glass-fronted bookcase now in the room (1986) was loaned to Sagamore Hill in 
1954 by Mrs. Kermit Roosevelt; it presumably was Kermit's, either the one he 
had in 1905 in this room or a "new bookcase" with lock and key that he was 
given in 1907 when he was in the southeast room. 

Quentin's consuming interest as a boy was in things mechanical and his room 
presumably contained toys and tools reflecting this interest. The only item of 
furnishing specifically mentioned in documents, however, was a pair of curtains 
made of "pretty cotton stuff," reaching just below the sill of his window (1908). 

Documentation: For documentary references to the little room, see pp. 166- 
167. There are no pre- 1950 photographs. 



THIRD FLOOR HALL (Room 301) 



This area was purely a passageway, giving access to the third floor rooms. 

Physical Evidence. Not surprisingly, there is little documentary and no 
photographic record of how the third floor hall looked during Theodore 
Roosevelt's lifetime. The 1884 Lamb and Rich plan shows that the only access 
to the third floor was a narrow staircase at the east end. These stairs are less 
steep than originally, though the same width; they were rebuilt during the 1950s 
restoration. Midway along the hall there was a light shaft, which provided 
daylight for the halls below and, through side windows, for the third floor hall 
as well. The light shaft was later removed, possibly before Mrs. Roosevelt's 
death. Beyond the light shaft a side hall led south to the two maids' rooms; this 
was done away with in 1952 and restored in 1966. The western end of the hall, 



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leading to the gun room, is as wide as it was originally but a little more open, 
because of the new stairway to the second floor, created in 1952/53 to improve 
visitor circulation. The general effect of all these changes, plus modern lighting 
and carpeting, has been to make the hallway less dark and tunnel-like than it 
was historically. 

Paint analysis by Penelope Hartshorne in 1964 revealed that at first the hall 
was painted a buff color, with dark varnished woodwork. It was papered, then 
painted cream (over the paper and the woodwork) and this color has been 
retained. 

Furnishings. In 1919 the limited furnishings included a walnut side table and 
three strips of rag and moquette (velvet) carpet, the framed original deed to the 
Sagamore Hill property, three oil paintings, one pastel, and four prints. Mrs. 
Derby remembered the Kaiser's 1902 drawing of a number of American naval 
vessels hanging outside the sewing room at the east end. In 1907 there was a 
Remington cowboy photograph in the third story hall. Contradictory evidence 
was offered by Mrs. Catherine (O'Rourke) Meany, who recalled in 1969 that this 
hall was "bare," with no pictures, during her time as a kitchen helper about 
1906-09. Since the contemporary evidence shows otherwise, Mrs. Meany's 
memory on this point is taken to be unreliable. 

Documentation: No photographs were taken of the third floor hall before the 
restoration. For documentary references to the hall, see p. 168. 



TANK ROOM (Room 308) 



Located on the north side of the third floor, just at the head of the back stairs, 
this space originally housed the water storage tank. The tank was removed in 
1952 and the doorway adapted to house a fire-hose cabinet. Lamb and Rich's 
1884 plan shows a dumbwaiter to the left of the tank room door. This too was 
removed and the wall opening covered in 1952. 

Documentation. For documentary references to the tank room, see pp. 168- 
169. There are no photographs. 



COOK'S ROOM (Room 309) 



Labelled simply "chamber" on the 1884 plan, this room was occupied by the cook 
as far back as Mrs. Derby could remember— by "old Ellen" in the early 1890s, 



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Annie O'Rourke from the late 1890s through the presidential years, Meta Bat, 
Nora Mulroy, and others unnamed between 1910 and 1924, and Brigit Turbidy 
from 1924 until Mrs. Roosevelt's death in 1948. 

From 1949 to 1966 the room was called the "northeast storage room" and was 
used for storing museum artifacts. Under Mrs. Derby's guidance, the National 
Park Service restored and refurnished it as the cook's room in 1966. 

Physical Evidence. Like the sewing room, the cook's room survived almost 
intact; plaster was patched in the 1960s, but no other changes are recorded. It 
is not clear whether there was wallpaper; if so, it was replaced at that time. 

Furnishings. In 1919 the room contained a painted iron bedstead, bureau, 
washstand, rocker, upholstered chair, towel rack, bedside table, and a small 
piece of carpet. Since none of the original furnishings were extant in 1966, 
similar pieces were acquired by gift or purchase. Subsequent visits by Brigit 
Turbidy, Sarah MacNamara, and by Annie O'Rourke's niece, Katie O'Rourke 
Meany, elicited favorable comments and some additional details, such as white 
curtains and spread and a couch along the north wall. Opinions were divided 
on the floor covering; Brigit Turbidy and Mary Sweeney did not recall matting; 
Katie Meany and Mrs. Derby did. All the servants agreed that they had Catholic 
religious articles in their rooms. 

Documentation. No photographs of the cook's room were taken before the 
restoration. For documentary references to the cook's room, see p. 169. 



SEWING ROOM (Room 310) 



As far back as Ethel Derby could remember, this little chamber was "the sewing 
room," where Mollie Smith made clothes for the children (and their dolls) and 
"made over" dresses for Mrs. Roosevelt. Since Mollie doubled as seamstress and 
assistant nursemaid (c. 1893- 1901), she normally slept elsewhere, but she was 
moved "upstairs" from the "little room" into the sewing room, in 1898, three 
years before she left Mrs. Roosevelt's service. During the presidential years, 
there was less sewing to be done in-house and no resident seamstress, so the 
sewing room became a maid's bedroom (Katie O'Rourke, 1906-09), perhaps with 
the sewing machine and other equipment still in it. From about 1952 to 1966 
the room (then known as the southeast storage room, third floor) was used to 
store museum artifacts. With Mrs. Derby's help, it was restored and refur- 
nished as the sewing room in 1966. 

Physical Evidence. None recorded. 



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Furnishings. In 1919 the only furnishings in this room listed as part of 
Theodore Roosevelt's estate were a nightstand, rocker and side table, two 
pastels, and about 310 books. If the sewing machine and other sewing things 
were there, they would presumably have belonged to Mrs. Roosevelt. Her estate 
appraisal, however, listed only books in this room in 1948. The furnishings 
placed here in 1966 are not original to the house. 

Documentation. No photographs were taken before the restoration. See pp. 
169-171 for documentary references to the sewing room. 



TRUNK ROOMS (Rooms 311 and 312) 



If the 1884 Lamb and Rich plan is to be believed, there were two trunk rooms 
in the "attic" [third floor], the one now called the trunk room and the adjoining 
room, which contains the stairs to the garret. Both were altered to some extent 
in the 1952 adaptation of the third floor for an exhibit area and then restored 
in 1966. 

The trunk room, so identified since 1953, is a long, narrow space, with a very 
low, sloping ceiling, obviously designed only for storage. Mrs. Derby identified 
it as one of the places where trunks were stored between the family's semi-an- 
nual moves to and from Sagamore Hill and their various winter quarters. It 
appears to have been partitioned into two storage rooms from 1952 to 1966, but 
now looks as it did originally. 

The other room, immediately to the west, contains the "ship's ladder stairs" to 
the garret, which are not original though possibly in their original location. It 
also is smaller than shown on the 1884 plan, the western end serving as a closet 
to the southeast maids' room (as restored in 1966). The use of this room is 
undocumented, aside from its identification on the original plan as "Trunks" 
and a story that a young boy visitor once slept there when the house was crowded 
with guests. Since there has been no architectural study of this room, its 
original appearance and dimensions are as little documented as its use. 

Documentation. No photographs were taken before the restoration. For 
documentary references to the trunk rooms, see p. 171. 



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MAIDS' ROOMS (Rooms 302 and 303) 



These two "chambers" (1884) on the south side of the third floor, a little smaller 
than the corresponding bedrooms on the north side and undoubtedly hotter in 
the summer, seem to have been assigned to maids throughout the life of the 
house. Although they may have been the ones Mrs. Roosevelt in 1890 thought 
"too small to put two servants in," there is good evidence (references 5, 6, 9 and 
14) that at least in the later presidential years the east room was subdivided 
into two rooms with an angled partition the length of the room allowing each 
mini-room half of the double window. Access to the inner room was through the 
outer one, as Catherine Meany (Katie O'Rourke) remembered it from 1906 to 
1909. Mary Sweeney and Sarah (MacNamara) Murphy, who were maids from 
1910 to 1948 and from 1914 to 1916, respectively, seemed to remember the east 
maids' room so divided but not the west room, where Mary Sweeney slept. Mrs. 
Derby remembered two beds in one of the maids' rooms, but no partition; 
perhaps this was when the sisters Rose and Mary McKenna occupied the west 
room, c. 1900- 1909. Photographic evidence from 1966 is ambiguous, although it 
confirms the existence of a thin partition in the east room as shown on a 1950 
restoration drawing by Chapman, Evans & Delahanty (see fig. 92). 

Mrs. Roosevelt's housekeeping staff through most of the 1890s consisted of a 
waitress, a chambermaid, and another maid; a parlor maid was added in 1899. 
These three or four servants presumably occupied the maids' rooms; the cook 
was in her own room; Mame and the other nurses slept with the children on the 
second floor. Mollie, the seamstress, appears to have been with the children 
usually, but moved upstairs in 1898 and into the sewing room in 1900. The 
maids during this decade included Alice Fraser (1890-94); "Katie waitress" 
(c. 1892-96); Rose McKenna, waitress and chambermaid (1896-1909); Mary 
McKenna, "Mrs. Roosevelt's lady's maid" (c. 1899- 1909); and a few others un- 
named. 

During the presidential and post-presidential years, when the Roosevelts had 
many house guests each summer, the resident household staff was little, if any, 
larger. Rose and Mary McKenna stayed on until 1909 and were replaced in 
1910 by two "Irish girls" and a personal maid for Mrs. Roosevelt (Mary 
Sweeney). The seamstress was gone, but there was a kitchen maid (Katie 
O'Rourke, from 1906 to 1909); Sarah MacNamara served as a house maid from 
1914 to 1916. Carrie Baker, maid, was a local woman and presumably did not 
sleep in. The best guess is that, as in the 1890s, there were usually at least four 
maids sleeping on the third floor. One (Katie O'Rourke) had the former sewing 
room. The other three must have been in the two maids' rooms, which supports 
the story of the east room's partition, which was removed later, probably in 1952. 



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In the 1950s the maids' rooms were altered and converted into exhibit rooms, 
the west room commemorating Brig. Gen. Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., and the other 
displaying some of the gifts received by President Roosevelt. During the third 
floor restoration of 1966, the maids' rooms were restored and refurnished on the 
basis of Mrs. Derby's recollection of them, subsequently confirmed in general by 
three of their former occupants (references 5 and 6), with some significant 
additional information, particularly concerning the partitioning of the rooms. 

Furnishings. The little evidence available suggests that each servant had her 
own private space, furnished with iron bed, night table, washstand and fittings, 
dresser, chairs and a small rug, supplemented by her own personal things, 
including religious articles and pictures. Each room seems also to have had a 
closet and a shelf with hooks for hanging clothes, covered with a cretonne 
curtain. Straw matting was remembered by Mrs. Derby and by one of the three 
maids interviewed in 1967. The original furnishings were disposed of after Mrs. 
Roosevelt's death. 

Documentation. Figure 92, pp. 316. For documentary and pictorial refer- 
ences to the maids' rooms, see pp. 171-174. There are no pre-1950 photographs. 



LINEN CLOSET (Room 304) 



The third-floor room now designated the linen closet was labelled "storage" on 
the 1884 Lamb and Rich plan. It was removed in 1952 when the exhibit rooms 
were created by the Theodore Roosevelt Association and restored in 1966, 
"complete with drawers and shelving," as the "linen room." 

There is no clear reference to this room in the Roosevelt papers before the 1948 
inventory of Mrs. Roosevelt's estate, which indicated that the third-floor linen 
closet contained "bed and table linens, etc." valued at $100.00. The original 
house plan called for a linen closet on the second floor, between the bathroom 
and northeast chamber; about 1906/07 this closet became the shower room. In 
1907 reserve linens were stored "on top of hall closet" and towels "in camphor 
chest," but there is no indication on which floor. 

Furnishings. Mrs. Derby remembered the third-floor linen closet as contain- 
ing shelves, with trunks under them, and a cedar chest. Mrs. Roosevelt's papers 
refer to a "curtain chest" in 1900 and a "camphor chest" for towels in 1907. The 
1966 restoration by the National Park Service included built-in shelving and 
simulated drawers under them; the evidence for this arrangement is not 
apparent, although it may have been based on the surviving shelf-and-drawer 
closet next to the original bathroom. The ornate cedar cupboard now in the room 
is an original Sagamore piece, which was in the "southeast storage room, third 



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floor" (sewing room) in 1963. Its placement in the linen room in 1966, as well 
as the shelf-and-drawer arrangement, apparently were approved by Mrs. Derby, 
although this left no room for the trunks she remembered in the room. 

Documentation. No photographs of the linen closet were taken before 1952 
(see reference 8). For documentary references to the linen closet, see p. 174. 



SCHOOL ROOM (Room 307) 



This "chamber" (1884 plan) was evidently a spare bedroom in the early years, 
used by visitors or servants; on one of her visits, probably in 1895, Emily Carow 
used it as a painting studio. When Miss Young came to Sagamore as governess 
in October 1898, Mrs. Roosevelt fixed up the room as "a school room for the 
children," only to have it "taken possession oF in December 1898 by Theodore's 
stenographer, Miss Cheney, who found the gun room too cold in winter for 
typing. The school room probably saw little use the following winter, as the 
Roosevelts were in Albany, but during the winter of 1900/01 they were in 
residence at Sagamore and the children who were home studied at Cove School 
or in this room with Miss Young. Between 1898 and 1901, it appears, all the 
children except Quentin took at least some of their lessons here. In April 1901, 
Mrs. Roosevelt moved the school room into the gun room (no longer used by her 
husband for writing) and fixed the old school room up as a spare bedroom again, 
with new flowered wallpaper and chintz-covered furniture. Calling it "Aunt 
Emily's room," she invited her sister to use it on her next visit. There is no 
mention of the room during the presidential years, but at the time of Theodore 
Roosevelt's death it was furnished as a bedroom and in 1948 it was listed as a 
guest room. In the 1950s, the southwest quarter of the room was lopped off 
(including the closet) to make room for the new staircase. From 1957 to 1966, 
the old school room held an exhibit of Quentin Roosevelt memorabilia. Restora- 
tion as a school room was carried out in 1966 and furnishings were acquired 
and placed with assistance from Mrs. Derby and Archie Roosevelt. 

Furnishings. When Edith Roosevelt converted the former school room into 
"Aunt Emily's room" in 1901, she mentioned its new paper ("tiny pink roses tied 
with blue ribbons") and a "sofa & a big chair" to be given matching chintz 
slipcovers. In 1919, the furnishings included an ash chamber suite (bed, bureau, 
washstand, and wardrobe), walnut bookcase and side table, mission oak rocker, 
Navajo blanket, two Oriental rugs and a 9' x 9' Brussels "carpet rug." Only the 
wardrobe and bookcase were still in the room in 1948, along with about 260 
miscellaneous books. Most of the furnishings now in the room were acquired 
by gift or purchase for the 1966 restoration. 



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Documentation. No photographs were taken before the restoration. For 
documentary references to the school room, see pp. 175-176. 



TED'S ROOM (Room 306) 



The northwest "chamber" on the third floor appears to have been used as a spare 
bedroom during the 1890s, as the governess's room from October 1898 to 
September 1901, as Ted's bedroom during the summers from 1902 until his 
marriage in 1910, as Archie's room until he was married in 1917, and as a spare 
bedroom again. After the house was opened to the public in 1953, the room was 
set up as a Boone and Crockett Club reading room, but it saw little use and was 
turned into an exhibit room devoted to Edith Roosevelt memorabilia (1955-66). 
In 1966 it was refurnished as Ted's room on the basis of information from Ethel 
Derby and Archie Roosevelt. 

The room is not as long as it was during the Roosevelt occupancy, the south end 
and closet having been removed in 1952 to accommodate the new stairway from 
the second floor. The door originally opened directly on to the main hall, rather 
than on a side hall, as it has since the remodeling. The closet was in the angle 
of the south and west walls. 

Furnishings. Besides a few references to books, pictures, taxidermy supplies, 
a camera, and a bureau cover, there is little information on how Ted's room was 
furnished. The 1919 inventory, almost ten years after he left home, mentions 
only an ash wardrobe and towel rack; Mrs. Derby believed that the rest of the 
ash bedroom suite was listed under the school room by mistake. Archie 
remembered a wooden bench under the window, with animal skins on it, and a 
three-shelf bookcase on the west wall. Ethel Derby remembered that the 
bedspread and curtains were India prints and that there were such things as 
tennis racquets, lacrosse sticks, and probably school banners, as well as many 
books and "treasures." As restored in 1966, the room contains both Roosevelt 
pieces and purchased things. 

Documentation. No photographs were taken before the restoration. For 
documentary references to Ted's room, see pp. 176-178. 



GUN ROOM (Room 305) 



Designated as "Den or Billiard Room" on the Lamb and Rich plan, this spacious 
third floor room, with its views out over the bay and sound, was adopted by 



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Theodore Roosevelt as his "study," a place where he could retreat from children 
and visitors to study and write. Here he wrote his biography of Gouverneur 
Morris in 1887; as late as the fall of 1898 he was using the room to dictate letters 
and the first installments of The Rough Riders. Although it was supposed to be 
a "sanctum," open to visitors only by invitation, the children spent many an hour 
playing there, especially in the little closet under the eaves in the southeast 
corner of the room. Ted is credited with naming it the gun room, because his 
father's guns were stored there; the name appears in correspondence as early 
as 1896. At Christmas in 1896 and in 1900 the children's "big presents" were 
set out on tables in the gun room, to be opened after breakfast. In the winter 
of 1898 Roosevelt's secretary had to be moved into the warmer school room and 
the children took their lessons in the gun room until they moved into the 
Executive Mansion in Albany. Again in 1901, Edith turned the gun room into 
a combination school room/sitting room for the children; by this time Theodore 
was writing in his "big dressing room" on the second floor (gate room). There is 
no direct evidence on use of the gun room during the presidential years aside 
from gun storage and visits by the children and occasional guests, brought up 
to see the "antiques and trophies." 

After 1909, Ethel seems to have enjoyed using the gun room as a place to retire 
to, alone or with friends; to play games; or just to read and think by the fire. It 
was here, too, that her wedding presents were set out in April 1913, and on her 
wedding day several members of the Porcellian Club gathered up here to 
reminisce about Harvard and "the girls of '61" and later. In 1919 Mrs. Roosevelt 
thought of putting a bed in, so that she could accommodate all her children and 
grandchildren at once. It served as a playroom for two visiting grandchildren 
in 1929, and before and after as well, in all probability. 

The restoration of the 1950s had relatively little impact on the gun room. It was 
turned over to the Boone and Crockett Club, a sportsmen's club founded by 
Theodore Roosevelt in the 1880s to promote conservation of American game. 
The club held its annual meeting alternately in New York City and at Sagamore 
Hill. The gun room, largely furnished with objects donated by members, 
contained their library along with a portion of the Roosevelt library. The public 
viewed the room behind a low barrier, which had to be raised twice to thwart 
visitors who put children over the railing to collect small objects for them. The 
Boone and Crockett Club relinquished its right to use the room about 1965. The 
room's furnishing and maintenance are now the responsibility of the National 
Park Service, although some club belongings are still (1986) in the room. 

Physical Evidence. Structural investigation by Frank Matero in the early 
1980s indicated that the room has undergone virtually no change since 1884; 
the only substantial alteration was the adaptation of two closets to display guns 
during the Boone and Crockett Club occupancy; one of the closets has been 
converted back, the other not (1986). The built-in bookshelves and fireplace 



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bench are original, as are the plaster walls, which appear to have been always 
painted white, and the wood trim and floor, which were stained and shellacked. 

Furnishings. The only historical photographs of the gun room date from the 
fall of 1898, when the room was Theodore Roosevelt's study. One shows the gun 
case given to Roosevelt by his sister Bamie before 1887; the other shows most 
of the east and north half of the room and provides good evidence of the original 
gas chandelier (a more elaborate one was acquired in the 1950s restoration); 
chairs; a table and a desk; the secretary's work area; and wall decorations, 
notably four or five mounted animal heads. These trophies are gone except for 
the head of a musk ox. There was a pair of old snowshoes in the room in 1900 
and family members later recalled such things as Arab scimitars on the wall, a 
photograph of the Porcellian Club when TR was a student at Harvard, a cabinet 
with some of his stuffed birds under glass covers, a pair of duelling pistols in a 
mahogany box, and, of course, the gun case and its contents, which in the early 
days, according to Ted, included three shotguns, a Sharps' rifle, and several 
Winchester rifles. 

The 1919 inventory of Theodore Roosevelt's estate provides additional informa- 
tion on how the gun room was furnished at the end of his life: a desk, two 
revolving chairs (one caned, the other made of steer horns), an upholstered easy 
chair and a porch rocker, a couple of tables, a music cabinet, the gun case, one 
moth-eaten Navajo rug, several animal skins and two heads, two flags, three 
pieces of statuary, jars made from an elephant foot and a hippopotamus foot, 
three collapsing telescopes, four sabres or swords, and four ivory tusks. Not 
mentioned is the "gun-room sofa" that Edith Roosevelt gave to Ethel Derby in 
1921. 

The gun room also served as an "overflow library," rather miscellaneous in 
character and constantly changing. Notable in their long rows of uniform 
bindings were Edith Roosevelt's sets of old magazines — Littell's Living Age, 
Blackwood's Magazine, and Edinburgh Review. In 1948 it was estimated that 
there were about 1,000 books there from Theodore's library and about 350 from 
Edith's, besides the "Hunting Collection" that had been left to Kermit. 

Documentation. Figures 93-94, pp. 318-321. For documentary and pictorial 
references to the gun room, see pp. 178-185. 



ATTIC 



The unfinished attic or garret over the maids' rooms, Ted's room, and the school 
room is reached by a "ship's ladder stair" in the closet just west of the trunk 
room. In the space formerly occupied by the skylight shaft, a large ventilating 



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fan was installed about 1949-52. Louvres on the north and south sides of the 
attic were installed about the same time to facilitate air handling. 

The few references to the attic or garret in the Roosevelt correspondence indicate 
that it was used for storage of such things as books, papers, and Christmas 
things. Trunks with old fabrics were stored there in 1952, and, until recently, 
a few trunks and two dilapidated chairs, all believed to have Roosevelt associa- 
tions. 

Documentation. For documentary references to the attic, see p. 185. There 
are no pre- 1950 photographs. 



CELLAR 



There is very little evidence on the use or appearance of the various rooms in 
the cellar of Sagamore Hill. Since it is not planned to show them to visitors, no 
attempt has been made in this study to show how each area was used, what 
physical changes took place over the years, or what was in the rooms. What 
evidence did turn up is presented on pp. 186-186 for its possible usefulness to 
interpreters and future researchers. 

Documentation. For documentary references to the cellar, see p. 186. There 
are no pre- 1950 photographs. 



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ILLUSTRATIONS 



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Figures 1-2 Two views of the northwest corner of the piazza, July 1905, 

photographed by Beckley for J. Horace McFarland Co. The 
animal skin may have been put down for effect, as there is 
no other evidence for their use outside the house. SAHI 
1121 (fig. 1), 1072 (fig. 2), Sagamore Hill National Historic 
Site. 



188 



191 



Figure 3 "Mrs. Roosevelt talking to Jack" (on bench) by the front door 

of Sagamore Hill, 1901. From family album, Theodore 
Roosevelt Collection, Harvard University Library. 



192 



Figure 4 Ex-President Roosevelt rocking with his granddaughter 

Edith Derby on the north side of the piazza, 1917 or 1918. 
Snapshot in Dr. Richard Derby's 1917-19 diary, Theodore 
Roosevelt Collection, Harvard University Library. 



Figure 5 Mrs. Roosevelt and grandchild, c.1914-16, on the piazza. 

From a snapshot in family album, Sagamore Hill National 
Historic Site. 



194 



Figure 6 First floor plan, Leeholme (Sagamore Hill), prepared by 

Lamb and Rich, architects, New York City, 1884. From a 
photocopy, Sagamore Hill National Historic Site. 



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Figure 7 Hall, Sagamore Hill, looking southwest. Photographed by 

Underwood and Underwood, 1904. Theodore Roosevelt Col- 
lection, Harvard University Library. 



198 



Figure 8 Northeast corner of hall, looking east into dining room. 

From New York Times, June 7, 1914. The animal heads on 
either side of the doorway reflect Colonel Roosevelt's African 
expedition of 1909-10. Sagamore Hill National Historic Site 
(SAHI 1433). 



200 




ENTRANCE TO THE DINING ROOM 



Figure 9 The hall, looking north from the front door, 1918. 

Photographed by Paul Thompson. Theodore Roosevelt Col- 
lection, Harvard University Library. 



202 



Figure 10-15 Six views of the hall, photographed by T. Rohan for 

Roosevelt Memorial Association, 1948/49. SAHI Collection. 
Figure 10 shows the southeast corner; figure 11, the south- 
west corner; figure 12, the west side; figure 13, the 
northwest corner; figure 14, the northeast corner; and figure 
15, the east side. 



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Figure 16 "A cozy corner in the library," autumn 1898. This 

photograph first appeared in the New York Times Il- 
lustrated Magazine, October 9, 1898, and later in an article 
in Harper's Weekly, September 21, 1901. SAHI 9365. 



210 



Figure 17 "Col. Roosevelt's study and library," autumn 1898. First 

published in the New York Times Illustrated Magazine, 
October 1898, this west-looking view of the library also 
appeared in Town and Country, June 7, 1902, and Broad- 
way Magazine, September 1907. Reproduction from Town 
and Country, Library of Congress. 



212 



Figure 18 The library, looking east from the hall door, photographed 

by Frank P. Jewett, Orange, New Jersey, probably in 1903 
or 1904. SAHI 1430. 



214 



Figure 19 East end of the library, photographed by Pach Brothers in 

1904. SAHI 1306A. 



216 



Figure 20 The president at his desk, Sagamore Hill, summer 1905. 

This picture may have been taken at the same time as figure 
21, judging by the flowers and other desk furnishings. SAHI 
86. 



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Figure 21 Southwest corner of the library, photographed in the sum- 

mer of 1905 by Beckley for J. Horace McFarland Co. SAHI 
1431. 



220 



Figure 22 The east end of the library, photographed in 1905 by Beckley 

for J. Horace McFarland Co. Theodore Roosevelt Collection, 
Harvard University Library. Note the changed lamp shade 
(cf. fig. 19). 



222 



Figure 23 The library in 1914, after repapering and introduction of 

African gnu head and zebra skin. Photograph by Robert W. 
Tibbs, published in New York Times, June 7, 1914. SAHI 
1405. 



224 



Figure 24-26 Three views of the library, photographed in 1918 by Paul 

Thompson. Theodore Roosevelt Collection, Harvard 
University. Figure 24 shows the north side; figure 25, the 
west end; and figure 26, the east end of the room. 



226 



Figure 27-30 Library, photographed in 1948/49 by T. Rohan for Roosevelt 

Memorial Association. SAHI 1308, 1373, 1374, and un- 
cataloged. Figure 27 (SAHI 1308) shows the east end of the 
room; figure 28 (1373), the west end; figure 29 (SAHI, 
uncataloged), the north wall; and figure 30 (SAHI 1374), the 
south side of the room. 



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Figure 31 Mrs. Roosevelt's parlor or drawing room, looking northwest, 

as illustrated in The Mail and Express Illustrated Saturday 
Magazine, October 1, 1898. Library of Congress. 



234 



Figure 32 "The Drawing Room," looking north, 1898. First published 

in the New York Times Illustrated Magazine, October 9, 
1898, this view reappeared in Town and Country, June 7, 
1902, after Mrs. Roosevelt's redecorating efforts in 1901 had 
rendered it out-of-date. Library of Congress. 



236 




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Figure 33 North end of the drawing room, photographed in 1904 by 

Pach Brothers. SAHI neg. 18 P83. This view and the 
following one reflect the 1901 changes in the room. 



238 



Figure 34 East side of the drawing room, photographed in 1905 by 

Underwood and Underwood. SAHI 1201. Another Under- 
wood photograph, SAHI 1313, not illustrated, shows a few 
more details to the left. 



240 



Figures 35-38 Four views of the drawing room taken in July 1948 by T. 

Rohan for the Roosevelt Memorial Association. SAHI 1355- 
1358. 



242 




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Figure 39 "Everything is American in the 'North Room,'" from The 

Country Calendar, October 1905. The photograph, taken in 
July 1905, was by Beckley, for J. Horace McFarland Co. 
SAHI neg. 5, p. 10. 



246 



Figure 40 East wall of the new north room, July 1905, photographed 

by Beckley for J. Horace McFarland Co. Completed only a 
month earlier, the room was still sparsely furnished. SAHI 
1418. 



248 



Figure 41 North room, northeast corner, July 1905. Detail from a 

Beckley photograph for J. Horace McFarland Co. SAHI 
9205. ' 



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Figure 42 Southwest corner of the north room, July 1905, before the 

alcove shelves were filled with books and bric-a-brac. 
Photograph by Beckley for J. Horace McFarland. SAHI 
collection. 



252 



Figure 43 East side of the north room, looking toward the southeast 

corner, probably taken in 1909/10, after the Roosevelts had 
left the White House and before the African lion skin was 
placed in front of the fireplace. Photograph by Pach 
Brothers. Theodore Roosevelt Association collection. 



254 



Figure 44 North room, looking southwest, c. 1909/10, taken by Pach 

Brothers at the same time as figure 43. SAHI 1409. 



256 



Figure 45 North room, as seen from the entrance, about 1914. The 

jaguar skin on the back of the sofa indicates a date after 
Colonel Roosevelt's return from South America in May 
1914. Photographer unknown. SAHI 1347. 



258 



Figure 46 North room, looking toward the entrance, 1914, possibly 

taken at the same time as figure 45. Photographer un- 
known. Theodore Roosevelt Collection, Harvard University 
Library. 



260 



Figure 47-48 North room, east wall (fig. 47) and looking south, 1918 (fig. 

48). Both photographs by Paul Thompson. Theodore 
Roosevelt Collection, Harvard University. 



262 



264 



Figures 49-53 Views of the north room taken in July 1948, by T. Rohan, 

for the Roosevelt Memorial Association. SAHI collection. 



266 



Figure 54 Theodore Roosevelt, in front of the dining room fireplace, 

probably photographed by Emily Carow during her visit to 
Sagamore Hill in 1895. SAHI 12. 



270 



Figure 55 Dining room, looking toward the hall door, 1898. This 

photograph, showing the dining room furniture the 
Roosevelts bought in Italy in 1887, was first published in 
the New York Times Illustrated Magazine, October 9, 1898. 
It was reused in the Broadway Magazine in September 
1907. Figure 55 is a reproduction of the Broadway 
Magazine illustration, the clearer of the two. Library of 
Congress. 



272 



Figure 56 Dining room, looking east, 1904. Underwood & Underwood 

stereograph. No. X70233, Keystone-Mast Collection, 
California Museum of Photography, Riverside, California. 
Note the American Empire dining table and chairs and the 
Italian sideboard, which co-existed here until Ethel 
Roosevelt Derby set up housekeeping after her marriage in 
1913. The print curtain at the window adds to the infor- 
mality of the room. 



274 



Figures 57-59 Views of the dining room in July 1948, photographed by T. 

Rohan for the Roosevelt Memorial Association. SAHI col- 
lection. 



276 



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Figure 60 Plan of second floor, Leeholme (Sagamore Hill), prepared by 

Lamb and Rich, architects, New York City, 1884. From a 
photocopy, SAHI. 



280 



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Figures 61-64 Views of the second floor hall, 1948, by T. Rohan, for the 

Roosevelt Memorial Association. SAHI collection. Figure 
61, looking east; the closed door leads to the east wing 
bedrooms. Figure 62, south side looking west. Figure 63, 
south wall, next to the stairs. Figure 64, north side, looking 
west. 



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Figure 65 Richard Derby in the south bedroom, 1917 or 1918. From a 

family album, SAHI. A slightly different snapshot, taken 
at the same time (Theodore Roosevelt Collection, Harvard 
University Library), shows a spool-turned lounge at the foot 
of the bed, behind the boy. 



286 



Figures 66-67 Two views of the south bedroom taken in 1948 by T. Rohan 

for the Roosevelt Memorial Association. Figure 66, looking 
southwest; figure 67, looking northeast. SAHI collection. 



288 



Figures 68-73 Six snapshots taken in the middle south room (nursery) 

while Richard and Edith Derby were living at Sagamore 
Hill, 1917-1918. The photographs are oriented as follows: 
figures 68-70, west; 71, east; 72, south; and 73, southeast. 
From a family album, SAHI. 



290 



Figures 74-75 Southwest and northeast views of the former nursery, taken 

in 1948 by T. Rohan for the Roosevelt Memorial Association. 
SAHI collection. In figure 74, the curtain behind the bed 
hides the door to the storage space over the porte cochere. 
In figure 75 can be seen the Pabst wardrobe, later moved 
into mother's room with the rest of the Pabst bedroom suite. 



294 




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Figures 76-78 Three snapshots taken in the southwest bedroom ("gate 

room") in 1917-1918, when Ethel Roosevelt Derby and her 
two children were living at Sagamore Hill. Figure 76 shows 
Mrs. Derby and Edith in front of the southeast window. 
Figure 77 faces south, between the windows. Figure 78 
shows part of the west wall. From a family album, SAHI. 



296 





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Figures 79-81 Three views of the southwest bedroom taken in 1948 by T. 

Rohan for the Roosevelt Memorial Association. They show, 
respectively, the southwest corner, northwest corner, and 
east side of the room, when it was a guest room. SAHI 
collection. 



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Figures 82-84 Three views of Mrs. Roosevelt's bedroom, taken during the 

winter of 1948/49, shortly after her death. Photographed by 
T. Rohan for the Roosevelt Memorial Association. SAHI 
collection. There are no photographs of this room when it 
was shared by Theodore and Edith Roosevelt, but documen- 
tary evidence suggests that Mrs. Roosevelt made no major 
changes in this room after 1919. 



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Figures 85-86 Dressing room, southeast corner and northeast corner, 

photographed in 1948/49 by T. Rohan for the Roosevelt 
Memorial Association. SAHI collection. 



306 



Figure 87 Little guest room, west wall. Photographed in 1948/49 by 

T. Rohan for the Roosevelt Memorial Association. SAHI 
collection. 



308 



Figure 88-89 Big guest room, southwest and northeast corners. 

Photographed in 1948/49 by T. Rohan for the Roosevelt 
Memorial Association. SAHI collection. 



310 



Figure 90 Sketch plan of her old bedroom by Alice Roosevelt 

Longworth, about 1955, when she donated the original 
furnishings for the restoration of "Alice's room." SAHI 
collection. 



312 



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Figure 91 Plan of attic (third floor) of Leeholme (Sagamore Hill), 

prepared by Lamb and Rich, architects, New York City, 
1884. From a photocopy, SAHI. 



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Figure 92 Detail showing then-existing partition in Chamber #2 (east 

maids' room), from preliminary plan for restoring/remodell- 
ing Sagamore Hill, prepared by Chapman, Evans and 
Delahanty, architects, March 20, 1950. SAHI collection 
(plan files). 



316 



Figure 93 Gun room, looking northeast, 1898. This view first ap- 

peared in the New York Times Illustrated Magazine, Oc- 
tober 9, 1898, captioned: "Col. Roosevelt's workshop; this is 
the room where he attends to his correspondence." It was 
used again in Town and Country, June 7, 1902, with the 
caption: "The 'Den,' President Roosevelt's headquarters at 
the Summer White House." Reproduction of Town and 
Country illustration from the collections of the Library of 
Congress. The typist in the photograph was probably Miss 
Cheney who helped with the flood of correspondence 
Roosevelt's "Rough Rider" celebrity generated. 



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BIBLIOGRAPHY 



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Covey, Howard. "A Visit to Sagamore." Transcript of taped interview by Dr. 
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Derby, Ethel Roosevelt. Transcript of interview by William Ingersoll, 1962. 
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